The Diary of Anne Frank
Since they cannot leave their hiding place, there were people who brought books for them for entertainment. Anne's interests that she described are Greek and Roman mythology, family trees, and foreign languages. As time goes on, things in the outside world began to change. Now things cost a lot more and it is harder and harder to get food. Clothing becomes small on some, and just very old on everyone. Even though they are having a hard time, someone else joins them in hiding. Now they have 8 people in the small office to share space with. By their second, Anne starts to talk more and more about Peter the son of the Van Daans. It seems like she has a crush on him, but she does not say anything too specific. During this time, they start to hear planes and gunfire. Her diary does end with a normal entry, nothing that says if they survived in their hiding or not.
Surprising facts and who will like the book.
2. Most were in hiding for years to avoid being killed or sent to concentration camps.
3. Jewish people were not allowed to drive cars and had to give away their bikes.
Someone who likes historical fiction might enjoy this book, but also people who like nonfiction.
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