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From Yad Vashem: "This lesson plan contains selected excerpts from the diaries of five children who lived and perished in the Holocaust....... More

In this lesson from Yad Vashem, this lesson plan provides an "avenue for teachers to use art in the classroom....... More

Archival photographs of Anne and her family, her actual writing and diary, and the annex are powerful and instrumental in bringing her life into context. The text details world events as well as Anne’s life. More

This graphic novel offers a new perspective on Anne Frank's life and legacy beginning with her parents' childhoods and marriage and concluding with the publication of her diary and the effects it has had on the world. More

Categories:  Holocaust 
grades:  Middle School (6-8) 

Discovered in the attic in which she spent the last years of her life, Anne Frank's remarkable diary has since become a world classic—a powerful reminder of the horrors of war and an eloquent testament to the human spirit....... More

Presented in simple language and enhanced by a wealth of photos, maps, timelines, and information boxes, this well-designed book nicely combines the Frank family's experiences with events in Europe before and during World War II. More

The important events in Anne Frank's brief life and the essence of her personality are conveyed to readers of this accessible biography. More

His best friend thought Friedrich was lucky....... More

This book unit, based on the story Hana’s Suitcase, allows students to explore the consequences of prejudice in terms of history and today’s world....... More

Translated by Neil Bermel Cemented in a brick wall and miraculously retrieved after the war, Helga's real-life diary depicts her experiences in Terezin....... More

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