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  Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank

Review by: Mikail J.
Michigan, Grade 7

Anne and her family lived in a actic for three years while she was writing this diary.

In Diary of a Young Girl, Anne Frank wrote interesting entries about her life in a giant attic, which she called the “Secret Annex’’. Along with her were the Franks, the Van Daans and Albert Dussel. Truly, she could only write about what goes in the Annex and the little news she had about the outside world.
I feel that Anne Frank was an incredible writer. This book’s writing style is almost perfect. She gave tons of details that make you feel as if you were there. The way she wrote also makes it easy for you to read and visualize the setting. This book should be a milestone to all types of writing.
Overall, I give this book a 4-star rating. I also recommend this book to accomplished readers and anyone who likes long biographies.

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