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Anne Frank / David Colbert.

By: Colbert, David [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: 10 days: Publisher: New York : Aladdin Paperbacks, 2008Edition: 1st Alladin paperbacks edition.Description: vii, 152 pages : illustrations, map ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781439554166 :; 1439554161 :; 9781416964452; 1416964452.Other title: Anne Frank.Subject(s): Frank, Anne, 1929-1945 -- Juvenile literature | Jews -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Amsterdam (Netherlands) -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Frank, Anne, 1929-1945 | Jewish children in the Holocaust. -- Biography | Jewish children in the Holocaust. -- Netherlands -- Amsterdam -- Biography | Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945)DDC classification: 940.5318 LOC classification: DS135.N6 | F73234 2008
Contents:
Day 1: May 15, 1940: surrender -- Day 2: April 29, 1942: "Jood" -- Day 3: July 6, 1942: the vanishing -- Day 4: March 28, 1944: "Dear Kitty" -- Day 5: April 9, 1944: break-in -- Day 6: August 4, 1944: Caught -- Day 7: August 8, 1944: Westerbork -- Day 8: September 5, 1944: separated -- Day 9: October 7, 1944: secrets and lies -- Day 10: March 1945: "We have our peace" -- Afterword: July 19, 1945: legacy.
Summary: Focuses on ten crucial days in the life of Anne Frank and her family, primarily in Amsterdam during their time in hiding, during the Holocaust and World War II.
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Juvenile biographies
Juvenile biographies JB FRA COL (Browse shelf) Available 31562015926548
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 149-152).

Day 1: May 15, 1940: surrender -- Day 2: April 29, 1942: "Jood" -- Day 3: July 6, 1942: the vanishing -- Day 4: March 28, 1944: "Dear Kitty" -- Day 5: April 9, 1944: break-in -- Day 6: August 4, 1944: Caught -- Day 7: August 8, 1944: Westerbork -- Day 8: September 5, 1944: separated -- Day 9: October 7, 1944: secrets and lies -- Day 10: March 1945: "We have our peace" -- Afterword: July 19, 1945: legacy.

Focuses on ten crucial days in the life of Anne Frank and her family, primarily in Amsterdam during their time in hiding, during the Holocaust and World War II.

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