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When I read the book The Diary of a Young Girl, Anne Frank, I felt inspired. She always kept hope even through the most grave of times. I also felt very sad for all the Jews at the time of the Holocaust because of the persecution they went through. I enjoyed this book and it changed some of views on the world.

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

The last time I read this book, it made me really sad because of what Hitler and the Nazis have done. I really enjoyed reading the book, and I hope she Rests in Peace because she doesn't deserve to die.

Cristian Santo Domingo, 12 - Lakewood - United States - 14 Jun 2013

During this wonderful novel of Anne Frank, I learned many interesting things. Of the many thing I learned included the life during World War 2, the persecution of the Jews, and lastly the life of a girl who lived in despair as she hid in a secret annexe to protect herself from the Gustapo. In the end I loved and greatly enjoyed the Diary of a Young Girl, Anne Frank

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

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl ... where do I begin! This book is completely and unbelievably inspirational! A few aspects I admired were her powerful and touching quotes she wrote in her diary. Many people around the world today are still inspired. The educational value gained from reading this phenominal book was not only interesting but very devastating as well. The main lesson I learned after reading Anne Frank was to never treat anyone unjustly because they have different qualitlies. In my 7th grade English class we read Anne Frank and also watched the movie. I really enjoyed both! Anne's diary inspired me to live my life to the fullest and never listen to the judgmental and rude people who like to criticize. I highly recommend you read Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. It changed my views in life and I'm sure it will do the same for you! RIP Anne Frank and the many other Holocaust victims -- you will remain in our hearts forever!

Savannah, 12 - Artesia - United States - 13 Jun 2013

Whenever I read or think about the story Anne Frank it makes me think what she went through and how it affected her life it influences me so much. It makes me think to myself what she went through and how fortunate I am to not have went through that horrible time. Each time I listen to the story I am heartbroken to know how difficult life was. I am truly inspired and I hope her story is known by many.

Lianne, 12 - Cerritos - United States - 13 Jun 2013

Reading the story of Anne Frank made me realize how fortunate we are today. Back in Anne's time Hitler blamed everything on the Jews and performed genocide. This is very unfortunate for Anne because she is a Jew. Reading Anne's diary gives us an faint idea of how life was back then for a Jew. Everyday you would have to worry about the Nazis capturing and sending you to concentration camps, or gas chambers. You also can't talk loudly during the day in fear of being found out. The war also made supplies limited, so they didn't have new clothes, shoes, or filling meals. Even though Anne was in hiding for quite a long time, she was eventually captured by the Nazis. The Nazis took everyone in the annex (the Frank family, Van Daan family, and Mr. Dussel) to the concentration camps. When they arrived to be sorted into the different camps the female were separated from the male, so Anne never saw her father again. There, Anne and the rest of the Jews were dehumanized and forced to work. If you were too weak to work- well let's say it wasn't your lucky day and you would be killed. Anne and her sister were eventually sent to Bergen-Belsen where they were given no food, clothes, etc. and were forced to die a slow and painful death of starvation. There, Anne and her sister Margot died just two weeks before they were to be liberated.

Marie, United Kingdom - 13 Jun 2013