From The Brandon Sun (January 22, 2005): “The information provided in this book confirms what I have read in other books about Anne Frank, but the appeal of this one is beyond my expectations ... It reads like a novel and includes detailed events from the Frank family’s life in hiding. Reading and studying kept everyone in the annex busy through their long days of confinement. Anne’s ability to observe and then to write about her observations kept her busy throughout that time, and gives the world an honest look at a young woman who believed she could make a difference.”
And from Booklist (2004): “Her clear history makes this a good place to start research."