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by Alison Leslie Gold

eBook Memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a Childhood Friend ePub
Author: Alison Leslie Gold
Language: English
ISBN: 0590907220
ISBN13: 978-0590907224
Publisher: Scholastic; 1st edition (October 1, 1997)
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 689
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ePub file: 1286 kb
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Memories Of Anne Frank book

Memories Of Anne Frank book. Hannah Goslar lived next door to Anne Frank in Amsterdam  . In this touching memoir, as told to Alison Leslie Gold, Hannah recalls the funny, bright girl who suddenly disappeared from her life - until they met again at a concentration camp. A Childhood Friend of Anne Frank is moving, and gives an insightful portrait of a childhood friendship, and the war and persecution which tore it apart. Mar 16, 2013 Lori rated it liked it.

The author of Anne Frank Remembered collects the memories of Hannah Goslar, one of Anne's childhood friends. I expected the book to be memories of Anne Frank from her friends point of view. In reality it is memories of the friend. However it was still a very educational book written for adolescents and young teens.

Recounts the story of Hannah Goslar, a close friend of Anne Frank and one of the last to see her alive. This is a great book. It really gives a lot of detail on what life was like during the Holocaust: the fear, the conditions, the sadness

Recounts the story of Hannah Goslar, a close friend of Anne Frank and one of the last to see her alive. It really gives a lot of detail on what life was like during the Holocaust: the fear, the conditions, the sadness.

Alison Leslie Gold is an American author. Her books include Anne Frank Remembered, The Clairvoyant, The Devil's Mistress, and Memories of Anne Frank. She has written literary fiction as well as books for young people on a wide range of subjects including alcoholic intervention and the Holocaust as experienced by the young.

by Miep Gies · Alison Leslie Gold. The reminiscences of Miep Gies, the woman who hid the Frank family in Amsterdam during the Second World War, presents a vivid story of life under Nazi occupation.

Hannah Goslar relates her memories of Anne Frank to author Alison Leslie Gold and complete the story of Anne's life . Wow! this book was so GREAT! I couldn't put it down.

Hannah Goslar relates her memories of Anne Frank to author Alison Leslie Gold and complete the story of Anne's life, taking the reader one step beyond The Diary o. . I read it after I read Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl, which I absolutely loved, too. I enjoyed learning more about Anne Frank and her life. I also liked the pictures. You have to read it! What else can I say? Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 17 years ago. This book is wonderfull.

This morning she was going to call for her friend Anne Frank. Anne was outspoken, even impudent; she loved having fun. She was more interested in socializing and boyfriends than Hebrew lessons. Lately the differences between Hannah and Anne had become more pronounced. Eliot in line at the soup kitchen on 9th Avenue.

Alison Leslie Gold’s relationship with and sensitivity to the Holocaust has received special recognition.

The Devil’s Mistress, the Story of the Woman Who Lived and Died with Hitler, translated into Greek, Hungarian and Romanian. Fiet’s Vase and Other Stories of Survival, Europe 1939-1945, translated into Slovenian. Alison Leslie Gold’s relationship with and sensitivity to the Holocaust has received special recognition. She is best known for her award-winning, widely celebrated book Anne Frank Remembered, co-written with Miep Gies, who hid Anne Frank and rescued Anne’s diary. Miep Gies had been unwilling to tell her story to a larger audience until she was convinced to do so by Gold.

The book is 135 pages long, photos included; recommended for de students and above.

The author of Anne Frank Remembered collects the memories of Hannah Goslar, one of Anne's childhood friends, who completes the story of Anne's life beyond her diary.
Syleazahad
This is a little gem of a book. It is a poignant memoir by Anne Frank's best friend--all the more so because we already know how the story tragically ends. The emotional trauma of her friend disappearing, then her own trauma as the Third Reich closes in on her and her family bring the horrors of Hitler's Final Solution close to home. Unfortunately, this treasure is out of print. Grab one while you can. Susie Steeves, MLS Middle School Librarian.
deadly claw
I have been reading a lot of books recently about the Holocaust and Anne Frank's diary Kickstarter this. I enjoyed this book and gain some insight into the life of Anne Frank.
Malak
This book is wonderfull. It tells the story of one of the secondary characters in Anne's diary, Hannali (ie Lies) Gosens.
It's true that it focuses mostly on Hannah, but that's the way it should be. It fills in many of the essential holes in Anne's story and tells us what happened to their other friend Sanna ....
If you like this one, I also recommend Eva's Story. It's the story of Anne's posthumous step-sister (her mom married Otto after the war). It's true that the parents never met, but Eva had been over to the Frank House many times and was even at ther birthday party where they watched Rin Tin Tin (or whatever the movie was) and Anne got her diary. Both books provide valuable instight and are necessary to the understanding of Anne Frank.
Invissibale
Since my parents are holocaust survivors I have a driving interest in the details of their ordeal. Much of which was too painful for them to talk about. I am not only interested in Anne Frank but the stories of any survivors that have written their memoirs. This book is very simple but informative with small details I never new about dear Anne.
Celen
I actually purchased this book at the recommendation of my 12 year old grandaughter who had read a copy belonging to one of her teachers. I expected the book to be memories of Anne Frank from her friends point of view. In reality it is memories of the friend. However it was still a very educational book written for adolescents and young teens. It gave a real perspective on how inhumane man can be to man.
LadyShlak
My copy was received signed! :)
Castiel
"Memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a Childhood Friend" by Alison Leslie Gold, prize-winning author of another book on Anne Frank, tells the story of Anne's childhood friend Hannah Pick-Goslar. The title may be a little deceiving for this book is very much the tale of Hannah's experience during the war as well as her memories of what her friendship with Anne was like. It is a revealing and poignant document that offers further background to the memory of Anne Frank and her enduring legacy.

Hanneli Goslar was the first friend Anne Frank made when her family moved from Germany to Amsterdam, and it was a friendship that Anne wrote about in the diary, with Hanneli's name changed along with the others. Gold begins Hannah's story with her discovery of the Frank's sudden departure from Amsterdam, with flashbacks to their days at school and play. Gold then recounts what the war did to the Goslar family, before and after their time in concentration camps when their number had dwindled down to two. The most poignant episode in the book, besides the losses that Hannah undergoes in her own family, is when she encounters a much altered Anne at Bergen-Belsen and learns what her friend had been through, knowing that there isn't much she can do to help her out. Hannah somehow managed to survive and shared her memories with Gold to help further Anne's legacy, even if her memories are not as sharp as they once were.

"Memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a Childhood Friend" is a must read for anyone who is curious about Anne's war time experience beyond the diary. It is a children's book, which means that the writing is simplistic, sometimes too simplistic, but Gold is able to augment the horrors of what Hannah saw in the concentration camps without devolving into too much detail. A more grown-up version of Hannah's story can be found in Willy Lindmer's excellent "The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank", but for younger readers, Gold's recounting of Anne's friend Hannah is a very good place to learn more about one of the most well-known victims of the Holocaust.
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