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  Diary of a Young Girl; Anne Frank by Anne Frank

Review by: Olivia C.
Texas, Grade 6

One decision that I believe is interesting about the book ''Diary of a Young Girl'', is that Anne Frank is the author, and is the person the book is about. Anne Frank tells about how terrible things were during the Holocaust times as a Jew. One thing I would also like to point out is how she brags about how the boys admire her beauty, and want to ride home with her.


As a reader, like myself, I look for books that intrigue my interest. This book, ''Diary of a Young Girl'', accomplishes just that. I love this book and how it explains the life of a Jew, like Anne Frank, during the Holocaust times. I also enjoy greatly how Anne Frank calls her book Kitty, for example the text says, ''Dear Kitty, ...'' I adore how she calls her mother mummy. The text states ''It is so peaceful at the moment, Mummy and Daddy are out and Margot went to go play ping-pong with some friends.''

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