Memories Of Anne Frank
Will Hannah be able to survive during the Holocaust? This book has many mixed emotions during the story. "Dad are we going to die in this dreadful camp." Alison Leslie the author of Memories of Anne Frank taught many people, throughout this book, that life really isn't that bad. Hannah, the protagonist, of the story tells her life as it really was.
As Hannah lived in these camps, she never knew where her next meal would come from. She thought of it as dark as the midnight night but knew she had to be as positive as the light of day. As long as she lived she never would give up hope for that one special day.
Then, that one special day finally came. Her best friend, Anne, who also is the protagonist, meets her. Anne is across the fence in another camp. Even though Anne had a high spirit, she died sometime before liberation day. Finally, that day came where Hannah got to leave the prison camp with the rest of the full spirited prisoners. Hannah went to Berlin with her little sister to try to find someone they knew.
Would Hannah ever be able to move to America where her family first wanted to live? Would she and her little sister, Gabi, even find some good food to eat and a nice home with foster parents? I insist that you come join the adventures in Memories Of Anne Frank.