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The Diary of Anne Frank

Author: Anne Frank
Reviewer's Age: Grade 10

The Diary of Anne Frank was a book that I read a few years ago for an English assignment, and I really enjoyed it. This is a book about a Jewish family living in Germany in the time of Hitler's rule. It is a diary of a young girl living in a cramped house with another family hiding from the Nazis. I really enjoyed reading this book because this book is based on a true story and it is very informational. This book really taught me a lot about Jewish pride, perseverance, and the history of Jewish people. I would recommend this book to any child in grades 6-12. Although this book is not recommended for any children in grades lower than 6th, it can still be a learning experience for those who can understand the meaning and purpose of the book.