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This book is a new addition to the mini movers and shakers series which brings the stories of people who have shaped the world to young readers.
The story of Anne Frank is explained factually in a manner which both young children and middle-grade readers can understand. The colorful and expressive illustrations perfectly complement the strong emotions felt by Anne Frank. This book emphasizes the latter part of Anne's life when she was confined to her hiding space and spending her days writing in her journal, always in fear of her life.
I recommend the book to parents and teachers who want to expose children to important people and events of history in an objective, straightforward manner. This book will open the door to a discussion of the Holocaust and its impact on succeeding generations.
This book is a great way to introduce children to the life and importance of Anne Frank. As a prominent figure in history, children will read and hear what Anne and her family went through during Hitler's reign. From her diary she will forever be remembered as the young girl with hopes and dreams to become a writer. This book is written so that children can understand her significance in history.
Anne Frank is an exciting addition to Mary Nhin 's Movers and Shakers Series. This book shows Ms. Frank from the beginning of her life before the German invasion and their Moving to Netherlands. It shows the progression of her life. I highly recommend this inspiring book about a little girl who grew up to be an icon of American History and who wanted to be remembered.
This is an important person our kids should learn about, and Mary Nhin presents the information about Anne's life in a simple, child-like way. Be prepared for some discussion of prejudice and what concentration camps were. The author only touches on those more difficult topics to keep this age-appropriate. Other than some need for editing, this is the perfect book to introduce younger kids to the Holocaust.
I liked this book because it was very informational and helped my kids to understand the Holocaust better. It's very hard for them to imagine that kind of life but this book painted a good picture to give them a glimpse of what it was like.
I'm so glad author Mary Nhin wrote about Anne Frank's in her mini mover and shakers series to introduce young kids. The book details the events of the holocaust and the struggles Anne Frank had to do to survive.
A true account of Anne Frank's life in its final years and how her words go on to tell the plight of many people. I also liked that the story mentioned her journal several times to help Anne cope during a terrible time. The illustrations are colorful and stunning. Children will enjoy having this story read to them or reading it themselves. I highly recommend this book to all young children—a true treasure.