[Rental] The Story of Anne Frank (Kodansha Blue Bird Bunko)
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During World War II, Anne Frank, a young girl who died after spending her short life of 15 years and 9 months in a limited freedom. Anne lived and died day by day, restricted to eating and sleeping just because she was Jewish. In the diary that Anne wrote in her hideout, we can learn about the girl who lived strongly without losing hope for the future even though her freedom was taken away. Since the end of World War II in 1945, Japan has not fought a direct war with any country. However, even in this day and age, there are many “Anne” around the world. Anne hoped for a world where everyone would get along and live freely. Whether that world is possible or not depends on each of us--the life of Anne tells us that. From Anne's upbringing to the story not written in the diary, the personality of her father Otto, and the persecuted Jewish people, the author of the diary that is read all over the world, Anne Frank's life is easy to read Japan I will deliver with words and explanations. It is a reissue and paperback from the popular "Boys and Girls Biography Museum" (first edition on June 28, 1989). With illustrations by the popular Tomoko Hirasawa and abundant commentary, it is easy to read for elementary school students. <Intermediate elementary school to total ruby with frontispiece photo>
Number of pages: 244 pagesClick here for detailed information and reviews on Amazon.
Category: Book, For children, For elementary and middle school students, For upper elementary school students, For middle school students and above, Biography, Coming in April 2023*Book rental period is 4 weeks. Please pick up the item within 5 days after placing the order. Rental days are calculated from the date of receipt.