As a Jew in hiding during World War II, Anne Frank wrote a diary that bears testimony to the horrors of the Holocaust. However, readers are also fascinated with Anne Frank because of her resilient spirit and her honesty in recording her thoughts about growing into a young woman during such trying times. This anthology on the famous diarist examines not only Anne's written work, but her skills as a writer, her adolescent development, and the legacy she left behind.
"An annotated table of contents, discussion questions, a chronology, and a reading list add to each book's value, but it is the diversity of the source materials that will make books in the series particularly useful."
-- Booklist (April 2000)
Price: US $28.10