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As a teacher, I will have my students visit this site and explore. My hope is that they will be as moved and touched as I have been.

phyllis harry, mullica hill, new jersey - United States - 11 Mar 2013

i was always fascinated about anne frank , i loved her courage and liveliness , a vibrant person who'd stand up in any adversity , "Think about the beauty which still exists in this world you'll not be sad" Anne Frank

Anshu Singh , 16 - Newtown ,connecticut - United States - 8 Mar 2013

I have loved this book all of my life, and it was the first book I enjoyed reading while in elementary school. It is so moving and so sad, but so inspirational that a girl so young could take such an awful situation and find good in it. She had such a big heart -- she should never be forgotten.

Donna M. Brown, 54 - Orlando, FL - United States - 7 Mar 2013

I love Anne Frank's Diary because she was a girl who was brave through all the tragedy. I wish i could be as brave and intellegent as her!

Brandi, 15 - Bear Lake MI, - United States - 27 Feb 2013

I remember in public school our teacher reading us Anne Frank's diary. I remember how sad I was that anyone would live in a time with such evil and horror. I recently visited Amsterdam and was moved by visiting where she lived. She has touched so many!!

Kimberly Phinney, 45 - Mississauga - Canada - 26 Feb 2013

Every corner one turns in this house takes one through an emotional journey, that one will never forget. Thank you!!!

Gustavo Taranto, 49 - Tobyhanna - United States - 24 Feb 2013