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A Picture Book of Anne Frank

por David A. Adler

Otros autores: Karen Ritz (Ilustrador)

Series: Picture Book Biographies

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Traces the life of the young Jewish girl whose diary chronicles the years she and her family hid from the Nazis in an Amsterdam attic.

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A great picture book about the life of Anne Frank. Anne lived through the hard times of the Holocaust and WWII. Being Jewish, her and her family fled to Holland but were found there as well. Her family went into further hiding then and Anne wrote a diary of her struggles while there. They were then discovered again and taken to camps where they were to work, had little water and food, and disease was prevalent. She died at 15 years old of hunger and disease at the camp. Someone found Anne's diary and it was published in 1947. Because of her diary, we know of the horrors of the war and what went on in the lives of some of the fleeing Jews. I would recommend this book to anyone learning about the Holocaust or Anne Frank. It gives great details about Anne's life and what she went through. ( )
  GrantHebert | Apr 2, 2019 |
"A Picture Book of Anne Frank" is one of the best picture book biography picture books I have ever read. It is a great opportunity for students to learn about a tragic time in our history while learning about a girl we wish we could of known. Anne Frank is a important person for students to learn about since her diaries explained what life was like hiding from the German army. The book would be appropriate for students in upper elementary school. The book includes pictures from this time period and characters. I think the book could fit during language arts and during history. The book would be great to incorporate in a classroom because it is historical information that is presented in a children book. The big idea is to learn about Anne Franks story and the book goes step by step describing what life was really like for her. It even included how she died and how her father later found her writings which is a important factor in knowing her story. I think it is a powerful book that can interest the students into learning about a biography. ( )
  gnicho2 | Feb 20, 2019 |
This book made the past come to life. The pictures in this book brought perspective of the brutal history of Jews during world war 1. Anne Frank and her family built a secret apartment where they lived hidden by a bookshelf to hide from the Nazi's. They survived for awhile until the Nazi's finally found them taking them to camps where they eventually died from disease. Anne kept a diary of her experiences that was later published into a book. Author Adler did an amazing job capturing Anne Frank's perspective of the war allowing us to put ourselves in her shoes and experience the hate Jews endured during that time. ( )
  Larmand | Jan 22, 2019 |
"A Picture Book of Anne Frank" is a heavy biography of Anne Frank in picture book form. Anne Frank was a young Jewish girl forced into hiding during World War II. The story takes you through her experience in hiding, being caught and sent to camps, to her eventual passing. It continues with her father being reconnected with her diary and publishing it, for the world to get a first-hand gimps of what millions of Jews experienced during World War II.

I really enjoyed this book. Stories from the Holocaust always got my attention when I was in late elementary school. The book tells Anne's story beautifully and the illustrations help capture the reader's attention. I would reccomend this book to mature children and adults. This was a good educational read for me.

This book would pair really nicely with a lesson over World War II or the Holocaust. I would reserve it for more mature elementary grades, though. Fourth and fifth graders should be able to handle the heavy content just fine. After reading the biography I would have my students write a diary entry about what it was probably like to live in hiding from Nazis. ( )
  ambybeth | Mar 25, 2017 |
I am speechless. This book is a great biography that uses pictures and facts about Anne Frank and how she lived her life in a positive way as best she could in a devastating time in history. I will be sure to read this to my classrooms and have great discussion about her beautiful heart in a not so beautiful time. ( )
  ShelbyV | Sep 11, 2016 |
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