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Anne Frank and the Remembering Tree

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In most windows I saw people working and children playing. When the soldiers came, people began covering their windows, so I couldn't see inside anymore. But the tiny attic window of the narrow brick house behind Otto Frank's business offices had no shade. For a long time the rooms were empty. Then one day, Otto's whole family came to live there. They called their new home ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published March 1st 2015 by Skinner House Books
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Nov 02, 2016 Angela rated it really liked it
I didn't know this book existed. I love to read and learn about Anne Frank.
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My rationale for selecting the book Hidden: A Child’s Story of the Holocaust is to give a different perspective on World War II and the Holocaust than what is traditionally taught. Generally, students do not learn about the Holocaust until later in their academic lives because some of the subject matter is sensitive and too mature for younger children. With the books I have chosen, students can be exposed to Holocaust literature and get some basic knowledg
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Mar 29, 2016 Cade Bethea rated it really liked it
This story is told from the perspective of the tree that stood outside the Secret Annex, where Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis. This remembrance in book form provides a child-friendly version of the Franks’ story. Focusing on the impact of Anne and her diary, and putting her experience into words. This was a way that Anne was able to express herself in one of the hardest times of her life. The tree remembers and thanks Anne for giving it purpose as well as mourning the trag
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This is the story of a tree that was planted outside of Anne Frank's house. It is from the perspective of the tree and all that it witnesses and understood by being planted where he was. The story gives a feeling if friendship between the two even though it was just a tree. It lived for many years after Anne, so it was able to keep her story going for a while longer.

I really liked the creative perspective that the author uses. By writing from the tree's point of view, it gives the story a new "f
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