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During the novel of Anne Frank, I have learned many interesting facts. Including the World War II, persecution of the Jews, and when Anne stayed in the secret annex for 2 years. I don't think i can stay that long. I enjoyed reading Diary of a Young Girl, Anne Frank. Also the movie was interesting but sad in many ways.

Brian Byun, 14 - Cerritos - United States - 14 Jun 2013

When I read Anne Frank i was shocked about how harshly the Jews were treated.After reading more and more i was glued to this book, I could never put it down.I learned how horrible it was for a Jew to have lived during this time.

Jason Ly, 13 - Cerritos - United States - 14 Jun 2013

The story of Anne Frank was truly a devastating but heartfelt story to read. I learned how lucky us kids today are living in such nice homes with such kind people around us. Kids now a days should be required to read this to see how strong Anne was at our age and how we should honor everything she went through by getting separated from her parents, getting starved, and getting beaten. I truly see Anne Frank as an inspiration.

Setu Patel, 13 - Cerritos - United States - 14 Jun 2013

Before I had read the story of Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl I always wondered how it felt like being a Jewish girl. After I had read this book I had never knew that it was going to be a horrible memory and also seeing how much suffering they had gotten, their life had been bad to worse and when she heard her mom died and her sister and not sure of his dad she just had her heart broken into pieces because she had no one else to have love in so seeing how much cruelty the Germans were to the Jewish was just a heart broken seen and this had really inspired me too be a non judgmental person to anybody and had also taught us all a lesson.

Sabiah, 13 - Cerritos - United States - 14 Jun 2013

What I learned from reading Anne Frank was all of the trouble people had to go through back during the Holocaust. I learned that innocent people were being killed for no good reason. Many people had a sad life because others wouldn't speak up. It was extremely unfair. Anne Frank was important because her diary taught us about life in hiding. She was very inspiring.

Rushabh Bhakta, United States - 14 Jun 2013

Reading Anne Frank made me realize two things. First off, even though Anne and the others were going through hard times hope never left them, that shows great courage. Secondly, Anne's dairy was a phenomenal intake of the past, and a piece of information to keep us far from reliving that part of time. After reading the book I've learned Anne and the others weren't as fortunate as us, and we tend to be ungrateful. Also I've realized it was unfair for the Nazis to blame everything on the Jews, even the lost of World War l, on the other hand because of that hard and brutal past we know now to treat others with equality.

Angeline, 12 - Cerritos - United States - 14 Jun 2013