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When she turned thirteen years old, Anne received a gift that would change her life: a personal diary. In it, she expressed her desires, fears and hopes while living in confinement with her family during World War II. After the war, despite her early death, her diary became a shocking testimony about the persecution of Jewish people, and an invaluable contribution to the fight for human rights.
When she turned thirteen years old, Anne received a gift that would change her life: a personal diary. In it, she expressed her desires, fears and hopes while ...
"These graphic novels detail the lives of the titular historical figures, with emphasis on events that garnered each the most notoriety. The comic-book format makes the volumes feel more like stories than typical biographies, which may appeal to reluctant history readers." - Horn Book, Nonfiction Notes
January 22, 2019
"The word “graphic” in the title of this book series refers to more than simply the style of illustration. In this case, it refers as well to the truth, drama, and dread which inform these wonderfully expressive pages that retell Anne Frank’s story in an entirely new way. The reader is not merely told about the Frank family, but is made to feel they’re sharing the hiding place along with them. . . .Excellent resources about the history of the time and place are included as backmatter for further study. Highly recommended..." - Jewish Book Council
December 28, 2017
"The essence of Anne’s diary comes through in an effective and even poignant way. . . .Throughout this book, art and text are balanced nicely; both are equally compelling. The reader thus becomes immersed in the story. . . .Anne Frank can be useful to introduce the Holocaust to young readers or to complement other materials." - Association of Jewish Libraries Reviews
February 1, 2018
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