Read a book about a courageous girl living during the Holocaust as a Jew in Amsterdam. Experience extreme courage and live in a secret annex. Hear the bombs overhead. This is the life of Anne Frank.
Anne Frank was a Jew living in Amsterdam during the Holocaust. Once the war started, the Franks went into hiding, and Anne started a diary that is well-known today. I adore Anne Frank, I mean, I’m a lot like her. I like to write things down, or journal, and read a lot. (As you can see as you read my blog) My favorite part of this book is the way Anne explains the everyday, ordinary details of being in hiding. For instance, arguments, romance, and just plain waiting for the war to be over.
The book is best suited for teenagers, so not for little kids. It is definitely an autobiography, and I strongly advise you to read it if you have not already. Once you’ve read it, you will understand more thoroughly what World War II really was all about, and how hard it was on Jews. But I would like to warn you that the diary does not end like any other book. It ends very suddenly. In real life, Anne ends up going to a concentration camp, and sadly, her story doesn’t end well, like most children’s stories. So get ready for a bitter-sweet story that will make you sad, but make you think at the same time.