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Memories Of Anne Frank by Alison Leslie Gold
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Feb 19, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: informational, autobiography-biography
Read in February, 2012

This book had powerful emotions and it spoke to me from the heart. It is such a shame to read about the terrible effects of the Holocaust. Alison Gold does a wonderful job telling the tale of Hannah Goslar and her best friend Anne Frank. I was almost in tears when I read certain chapters in this book. It made me realize how lucky I was to live in America and be free.

The only thing about the book I did not like was the fact that Anne Frank was hardly mentioned. The book title says that it is the memories of Anne Frank, but it was mainly about Hannah and her memories of Anne.

Overall, I loved this book and would suggest it to anyone looking for an interesting biography or informational book. (I'm counting it as my second informational.)

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