Anne Frank

Anne Frank’s life in Amsterdam was happy and full of friends. But as the Nazis gained power during World War II, Anne’s family and friends, like other Jews, faced harsh new rules, curfews, arrest, and worse. When the danger struck close to home, the Franks went into hiding in the secret annex…and 13-year-old Anne’s life changed forever. Includes more than 100 photographs, artworks, and artifacts, a fresh point of view based on the latest scholarship, definition boxers, sidebars, and a timeline of events.

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