A young girl caught in the Holocaust
Anne Frank was just 15 years old when she died in a Nazi concentration camp in 1945. Her diary, written as her family hid in an Amsterdam warehouse, will live forever as a vivid portrait of those tragic years.
Here we see a very real adolescent, writing honestly about the turmoil facing every young teenager - philosophical questions about life and love and hope mix with quarrels with her family and the scarcity of food. Never far away are the added tensions of a life in hiding.
by Anne Frank
This book was made possible by a gift from Christine Campbell, in memory of her husband Yisrael Solomon.
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