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Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl | Anne Frank
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A young girl's journal records her family's struggles during two years of hiding from the Nazis in war-torn Holland.
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Listened to the audiobook read by Selma Blair. Wow she did such a good job.

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Was humbled by both the book and then recently by visiting the Anne Frank house in the Netherlands. The book is heart breaking yet inspirational. The house is exactly the same. The tour was silent and not one person took a picture. So respectful and mindful.

KellyHunsakerReads What am I looking at here? 1y
Literary_Siren @Hunsakermountain the hidden doorway to the attic the Frank family and their friends hid/lived in until they were discovered and shipped off to the nazi death camps. (edited) 1y
amb It's the bookcase that hid the stairs to the attic where Anne Frank and her family hid. Totally amazing 1y
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jb72 I have the book, but haven‘t read it yet. I keep starting it and putting it down. I guess because I know how it ends so sadly. 1y
Whimsical.Curiosity @Hunsakermountain Hi there! This is the actual hidden entrance into the home of Anne Frank. It was hidden by a book case during WWll during German occupied Amsterdam. 1y
Whimsical.Curiosity @amb @jb72 just staring at it makes me emotional. It's an absolutely amazing story. It's the journey to the end that you've gotta read 😉 1y
WhatThePuck @jb72 there is still so much inspiration to be had by this book even with the results of its ending. 1y
tracey38 Such a wonderful and heartbreaking book. That's amazing you went to visit the house. It makes me emotional just looking at it too. 1y
Whimsical.Curiosity @tracey38 it was a very unique and special experience. I'd recommend it for anyone. ❤️ 1y
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On this date in 1945, the U.S. Army liberated 31,601 prisoners from the Nazi concentration camp in Dachau, Germany. As the world continues to spin wildly, and sometimes feels out of control, I think a lot about personal responsibility, and the legacy I want to leave behind for future generations...Compassion, integrity, and acceptance for people whose views may differ from my own are some of the things I strive to bring to the table...💕

Nute These are needed qualities. These are qualities that should be the rule and not the exception for humans. We should all be determined to be in full possession of each one. I look forward to building a ‘Litsy Friendship‘ with you.😊 1y
Vertabrain @Nute I agree completely. People need to embrace the truth of our shared humanity. Fear is the enemy, and it breeds contempt and a feeling of separation that does not truly exist. I look forward to getting to know you too! 1y
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Im on page 135. I love this so far! #annefrank who else is reading this book?

RaimeyGallant I have read it! :) And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. 2y
RaimeyGallant If you click on the book title, you can scroll down and see all the people on here who have talked about it. 2y
Mae005 @RaimeyGallant thank you!! 2y
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RaimeyGallant My pleasure. :) 2y
Tadams4 Welcome to Litsy! 2y
Chelleo Welcome🤗 2y
Books4Ever Just started reading it now 😊 2y
revenge4porgy It‘s a 10 handkerchief book😢 5mo
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Such a tragic life but can still teach us so much even now! #AnneFrank #Happy #QuotsyFeb18
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dariazeoli ❤️🙏 Such a great thought. Thanks for the reminder! 2y
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So consuming.

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Espetacular! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️