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Book Review-The Anne Frank Case


The Anne Frank Case: Simon Wiesenthal's Search for the Truth by Susan Goldman Rubin


In October 1958 there was a play about a girl named Anne Frank. The night the play went on, a bunch of teenagers decided to crash the play and say that Anne Frank did not ever live. A man named Simon struggled to find out if she lived. Did she or did she not...?


I am sorry to say I did not like this book because I don't like the whole talk of Nazis, Jews, and the World War thing. But some people may like those things so they may like this book. Overall it was an okay book.

Comments

Mrs. Rosheim said…
Sami~I think this sounds like a great book. In fact, when it came in I was really drawn to it because of the topic. It is ok not to like certain books:). Thanks for reviewing a new book for our library.
Sami said…
Just cause this is not my favorite doesn't mean you can't read/like this book!

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