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The 8th graders at Santa Rosa Academy in Menifee, California have virtually toured this site and are now reading the 1958 play, The Diary of Anne Frank. It is fantastic to see how these students identify with Anne; they laugh, cry, and giggle with her as well as understand her relate to the frustrations she had with her parents and the other adults who make demands on this teenager. Most importantly, these kids, raised in modern times, were not surprised to learn that Anne's father had no idea what his daughter's true thoughts and feelings really were. Anne's diaries will remain relevant and timeless for all

Lauren Jackson, 59 - Temecula, California - United States - 5 Nov 2015

I truly love her story. my great grandpa served in WWII. God bless Anne Frank...

mary, 14 - davenport Fl. - United States - 3 Nov 2015

Very inspiring book, it is amazing to think that a girl at such a young age could stay strong in such conditions.

Chance Moore, 14 - Tuscumbia, AL - United States - 3 Nov 2015

I Really Liked This Book !

Jovian Kevonte' Young , 16 - Tuscumbia - United States - 3 Nov 2015

i had read the book and it is such an inspiring story. i felt all their pain when i watched the movie of Anne Frank. this is now one of my absolute favorites! i would love to visit the house. definite 100% review!!!!

autumn, 16 - tuscumbia - United Kingdom - 3 Nov 2015

The movie was very cool and amazing how strong they were in these two years and very cool that Anne Frank stayed happy no matter what and keeped a journal.

Amanda, 15 - Tuscumbia - United Kingdom - 3 Nov 2015