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I have learned about a girl named Anne Frank in a book call "Anne Frank Diary of a Young Girl". At first, I truthfully wasn't inspired with anything to do with this book. As we went along reading, I feel like the morals are... That we take thing for granted. Anne she took things for acknowledged before, was a spoiled girl, when in hiding in the Annexe, in a small confined space, and when her and her family were taken away. She had nothing left. Her mother died, Margot, and was left with the thought that Pim (Otto Frank) had died as well.

Kirollos Kelada, 13 - Norwalk - United States - 13 Jun 2013

We started reading "A Diary of a Young Girl" in English class. At first, I thought the book was very boring (reading it for about three months). Anne is a very curious and intelligent person. Anne had to live in the Secret Annex for two year in bad conditions. Anne mainly expressed her feelings by writing in her diary. When she went into the concentration camp, she had to separate from her father and see her sister (really sad). I also saw Anne Frank: The Movie in class. I had to see all of Jews suffer in pain (just because of Hitler). From reading this book, I learn that we have to enjoy all of the things we have and never give up.

Peter Chea , 12 - Cerritos - United States - 13 Jun 2013

My English class just got finished reading the book and watching the movie of The Diary of Anne Frank! It was a really great book, and i believe the moral was to be happy with what you have right now because before you know it your life could turn upside down. I think Anne Frank is a great role model, and I am sure that many, many people are very fortunate that we have written records of a first person view of the horrible times Anne Frank faced. RIP to all those who died in concentration camps, and gas chambers, you are all greatly admired.

Shreya, Cerritos - United States - 13 Jun 2013

I never really knew what happened to people when Hitler was around. We started reading The Diary Of A Young Girl in my English class and I was bored in the beginning, but when Anne and her family had to go into hiding, I was interested. Anne and her family hid in the Secret Annex,which was a small area in which eight people stayed in. After a while,Anne and her family got caught and were taken away to the concentration camp. There, Anne and her family died mainly of sickness, starvation, and death by the gas chambers. The only survivor of the Frank family was Anne's father,Otto Frank. After reading this book, I realized how much hope Anne had even in times like this. Whatever race, religion, or person you are, you still deserve to live,and people have no right to discriminate you.

Brianna Lopez, 13 - Santa Fe Springs, CA - United States - 13 Jun 2013

Anne Frank has taught me how it was like for Jews back then and what they've been through, it taught me things that no human should go through. And of much of a hero figure Anne is.

Nathan Romero, United States - 13 Jun 2013

I think this story really influenced me into knowing about Anne Frank and how she went through many things with her family and friends. She shows an example to me that everyone should follow her example for being helpful, kind, cheerful, and never giving up.

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