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Lettres À Anne Frank

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Paperback, 319 pages
Published 1988 by Librairie générale française (first published January 1st 1986)
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I didn't like it as a child, because I didn't understand is. This book is mostly for teenagers and adults, and it's definitely better to have some historical background information if you want to read it.
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jap. 松谷みよ子 Born in 1926, Kanda, Tokyo. Graduated from Toyo High School in 1942. Requisitioned by the Naval Hydrographic Department in 1944, when she started writing stories for children.

Evacuating to Nagano in May 1945 to escape the war, she met Joji Tsubota, a famous writer for the young readers who was also there under the war evacuation, and showed him her works, asking for his advice. After he
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