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  • Author:
    Johanna Hurwitz
  • ISBN:
    0827603118
  • ISBN13:
    978-0827603110
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  • Publisher:
    The Jewish Publication Society; 1st edition (October 1, 1998)
  • Pages:
    62 pages
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    History
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May 01, 2015 Mallory Elick added it. Anne Frank; Life in Hiding by Johanna Hurwitz is about a young girl & her life through out the holocaust period. Anne & her family were all Jewish. During this time, the Nazis were invading many country's & would take all the Jews they caught to concentration camps. From July 1942 until august1944 a young lady Anne frank kept a diary. In the time of nazis, she and her family go in to hinding and then one day descovered and sent to labor camp where they are later killed.

This book provides some insights into Anne Frank's life, but it's more suited for young readers ages 7-12. There are some illustrations throughout the book by artist Vera Rosenberry. This should prove interesting to young children who like visuals to go along with the text.

The family was apprehended in 1944, and Anne Frank died of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in 1945. The diary was retrieved by Miep Gies, who gave it to Anne's father, Otto Frank, the family's only known survivor, just after the war was over

Anne Frank was a Jewish teenager who went into hiding during the Holocaust, journaling her . I see the world being slowly transformed into a wilderness; I hear the approaching thunder that, one day, will destroy us too. I feel the suffering of millions.

Anne Frank was a Jewish teenager who went into hiding during the Holocaust, journaling her experiences in the renowned work 'The Diary of Anne Frank.

When she was 13 years old, Anne, her parents, and her sister went into hiding. As Jews living under Nazi rule, they were in constant danger. The Franks lived in a small secret spacealways quiet, always hungry, ever fearfulfor two years before they were betrayed. Fact-filled Rookie Read-About Biographies introduce the youngest readers to influential women and men, both past and present. Colorful photos and age appropriate text encourage children to read on their own-as they learn about people like Serena Williams, Neil Armstrong, Rosa Parks, Anne Frank and many more.

Anne Frank (1929-45) was a young Jewish girl who perished in the Holocaust. After the war, her father Otto Frank discovered her diary and, struck by her maturity and depth of feeling, published it – originally under the title ‘Diary of A Young Girl‘ – later as Diary of Anne Frank. Anne Frank’s diary has become one of the most famous records of the Holocaust and has helped to give a human story behind the dreadful Holocaust statistics.

Anne Frank, a Jewish victim of the Holocaust, was the .

Anne Frank, a Jewish victim of the Holocaust, was the author of ‘The Diary of a Young Girl’. This biography of Anne Frank provides detailed information about her childhood, life, achievements, works & timeline. In July 1942, Anne’s elder sister Margot received a notice to report to a Nazi work camp in Germany. Realizing that the family was in dire circumstances, Otto took the family into hiding in makeshift quarters at the back of his company building. Otto’s employees Victor Kugler, Johannes Kleiman, Miep Gies, and Bep Voskuijl helped the family during this crucial time.

hiding, Anne gave her friend and neighbour Toosje Kupers a book, a. .And if I don't have the talent to write books or newspaper articles, I can always write for myself.

hiding, Anne gave her friend and neighbour Toosje Kupers a book, a tea set, a tin of marbles. On July 6 the Frank family left a note for the Kupers, asking them to take care of their cat Moortje. In her writing, Frank examined her relationships with the members of her family, and the strong differences in each of their personalities.

The Jewish Publication Society (JPS), originally known as the Jewish Publication Society . It has been licensed in a wide variety of books as well as in electronic media.

The Jewish Publication Society (JPS), originally known as the Jewish Publication Society of America, is the oldest nonprofit, nondenominational publisher of Jewish works in English. Founded in Philadelphia in 1888, by reform Rabbi Joseph Krauskopf among others, JPS is especially well known for its English translation of the Hebrew Bible, the JPS Tanakh. Anne Frank: A Life in Hiding, Johanna Hurwitz (Nominated for the Texas Blue Bonnet Award: A Notable Children’s Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies). Haym Salomon: Liberty’s Son, Shirley Milgrim (National Jewish Book Award).

A marvelous and readable introduction to Anne Frank and the Holocaust, this sensitive portrait allows the reader to identify with Anne Frank and to share her isolation, hopes, and fears. This biography tells both about the Frank family and their lives before World War II and their years spent in hiding during the war.

Kanrad
A fine book for a 10 year old girl to read and glean the full story of Anne Franke. Lightly edited to trim out the parts that are a bit gruesome or touchy for a child to understand.
Ranterl
Perfect if you don't have time to read full Anne Frank Diary
Amerikan_Volga
Interesting but short
Tojahn
thanks
KiddenDan
I came upon this book at a used bookstore and immediately snapped it up! I love Anne Frank's The Diary of a Young Girl and for the last two decades have been collecting any book that I can find about Anne's writing, her life, and the Holocaust. This book provides some insights into Anne Frank's life, but it's more suited for young readers ages 7-12.

There are some illustrations throughout the book by artist Vera Rosenberry. This should prove interesting to young children who like visuals to go along with the text. The author, Johanna Hurwitz has written in a style that makes this biography easily accessible to young readers and the book itself only numbers about 53 pages in length with some additional pages covering important dates, the author's note, and an index.

The book provides some brief facts about Anne's life with her family prior to the Second World War, but the majority of the biography focuses on Anne's life whilst in hiding, and explores her feelings at being cooped up in a constricted space with the other Jews and her yearnings for the open space and a chance to life a normal life and realize her dreams. It also briefly covers the period after the group's arrest and how Anne and her family are first sent to Westerbork, a transit camp before being sent to Auschwitz and finally, Anne and Margot's transport to Bergen-Belsen, where both sisters died before liberation. The significance of Anne's diary is also covered here. In all, this makes a good introduction to Anne for elementary school children.
Llbery
The summary on this book is this is a book about Anne Frank. It tells about her life and her diary. Also it tells about her troubles and her problems. In this book, people are put into concentration camps and poision gas room by the Nazis. If you don't know who the Nazis are, they are a type of group that dosen't like Jews.
Anne was born in 1856.Anne was very adventrous. She liked to write, so at the age of 13, her mom and dad bought her a diary. Anne was very talkative. Sha always got into trouble.
Some problems that she faced is hidding.She was hidding from the Nazis. She was hidding with another family and a dentist. Also another problem she faced is physical changes.
Some ways she solved her problems is by writting in her diary. In her diary she would write about things that were going on in her life. Another way she solved her problem is by hidding. This is a problem solver because if she didn't she would be in a concentration camp.
Dynen
This book is magical, because it shows you and makes you feel like you are the scene. It made me think how hard it would be to live like a young Jewish girl called Anne Frank living a life with guns being shot and having to move so much.

I can not imagine living like Anne that can only go to shops that have the Jewish signs, and not much of the stores had them. Anne was very brave to put up with this stuff every day. She is unbelievable, she was a great person. You should read this book because it can give you information and show how lucky we are that we have freedom to go anywhere we want to go.

I had a lot of fun reading this book and it showed me how lucky I am to be here in the United States. This book also taught me how cruel Hitler was to the Jewish and other people.
This is another book about Anne Frank that I get the chance to read. Although there are many biographies about this wonderful human being, this book is the closest one that can answer the questions that all Anne Frank fan has. I did for many years just read the Diary over and over but I wanted more! This book is definetly more! It tells you more about the relationship she had with her family and the rest of the people in hiding. This is a girl who could hardly see the light coming from her window and the only green thing that she could think about was a huge chestnut outside the Annex. This book describes this little things that she cherished and that she no longer had....her freedom. She didn't either had freedom of speach inside the Annex due to the critics about her attitude. This book develops more information about why Anne acted like she did and why she had an open opinion about everything. It also gives you a bigger idea of why she didn't like her mother and develops more about her childhood around her family and her friends. I hope all readers that enjoy the Anne Frank writings will enjoy this description about her persona. Is a total different thing to read her diary knowing more about her life and early aspirations. ENJOY!