In 1942, Anne Frank, a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl and her family went into hiding in Amsterdam in an old office building. They were disconnected from the outside world and faced boredom, hunger, and difficulties of living in confined quarters. Anne Frank wrote about her experiences during this time. Anne was very articulate in the way she expressed her thoughts and emotions. Anne was honest and told the thoughts closest to her heart in every page. She genuinely made me laugh at times but also made me feel so sad because whatever she and her family went through was real! It is so heartbreaking that they had to live like this. It really makes me think about the unfairness of life and the cruelty of people's actions, and the effects those actions had on so many innocent individuals. It's crazy to think that this happened just a couple of decades ago. This was such a powerful, emotional, and eye-opening read. Rating: 5 stars
@LavishReads of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

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