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

Review by: Tamyah P.
Michigan, Grade 7

One interesting thing in the book was her love life.

I didn't like the book because it was boring, and it had too much information in it that wasn't needed.
Anne Frank had a lovely life and all was well until the Germans decided to have a war between themselves and the Jews. When Otto Frank,(Anne's father), got a call explaining what was happening, they had to leave thier home and go into hiding. Another family of three had to move in with them. While they were in hiding there was a lot of sadness, love, and hatred, but most of all there was a lot of loneliness. Anne and another boy named Peter (who was in hiding with her) were the loneliest of them all, and they soon became close friends. She also soon fell in love with him. Anne hated her mother and rarely talked to her father. Her older sister Margot didn't talk much either.
On August 4, 1944 they got caught and was sent to a concentration camp and later died. To see who the only survivor was read the book yourself and find out. I would recommend this book to 12 or older.

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