Anne frank castor harriet. Anne Frank 2019-01-24

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Anne Frank

anne frank castor harriet

This book is an ideal starting place for children to understand the story of Anne Frank. The book is illustrated and written to suit children at their level as Anne is just a young girl herself and she speaks of how she was sad that she could not go outside and play and she felt isolated and alone. This book is part of a series of picture books, Famous People, Great Events, which are suitable for ages 6-12. Anne Frank is a young girl who discovered she loved to write when she is given a diary for her 13th Birthday. Each book includes a timeline of key dates, a quiz and index.

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Anne Frank by Harriet Castor (ebook)

anne frank castor harriet

This books is about a young girl called Anne, she and her family live in Germany and are Jewish. On her 13th birthday she was given a diary and from then on anne would write down her thoughts, opinions and experiences. When Anne Frank is given a diary, she starts to write to her made-up friend, Kitty. They tell the stories of famous men and women and great events in history and can be used to study the primary history curriculum. This book could lead onto a number of activities such as the children themselves creating and writing a diary of their own. I would not read it to them myself, but sugge This book is about the life of Anne Frank: how she came to write the diary and what happened to her during the Second World War.

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Anne Frank: Famous People, Famous Lives ISBN 9781445113364 PDF epub

anne frank castor harriet

This is an extremely well written book, the language is structured well and appropriate for young children. It could be used as a literary tool; getting them to write their own diaries as if they too were in the annex or anywhere else such as the concentration camps. I enjoyed this book as it brings with it This books is about a young girl called Anne, she and her family live in Germany and are Jewish. When Anne Frank is given a diary, she starts to write to her made-up friend, Kitty. Anne Frank was given a diary for her 13th birthday and went on to write about her feelings, experiences and thoughts as she remained in hiding for two years whilst the Nazi's ruled Germany. It is also involves cross-curricular learning as it combines history, geography and religion, explaining to children where Anne lived, the different religions and why Hitler was looking for Anne and her family. It can also be used to open up children minds to writing diary entries, and what it would be like to look back on events in their lives.

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Anne Frank: Famous People, Famous Lives ISBN 9781445113364 PDF epub

anne frank castor harriet

This book is an ideal starting place for childr I read this book as part of my history lesson at uni and I think it is a really good quick and simple way of getting to know the story of Anne Frank. The reading of this book can help open up the conversation about discrimination, how people should be treated and how the children felt when they heard the story. Find out all about the diary of Anne Frank with this story that is packed with all the facts and colourful pictures. I feel this book is more appealing to children as this is a diary of a young girl and her experiences instead of an adult. It could be an opening to the actual diary of Anne Frank; something the children may want to research themselves.

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Famous People, Great Events: Anne Frank : Harriet Castor : 9781445108650

anne frank castor harriet

The illustrations were very appropriate as they are just drawings, they are not colourful and vibrant as it is a serious book and should not be made to be a fun story as it has a very sad ending. It explains some of the history about Hitler and the pain that he caused so many. They tell the stories of famous men and women and great events in history. Discussions also could take place with the children in relation to their own feelings and how they would feel if they were discriminated against or as anne expressedfor exmaple, was not ever able to play outside and had to be quite all the time encase there hiding place would be discovered. This book is part of a series of picture books, Famous People, Great Events, which are suitable for ages 6-12. Written by successful authors, they are enjoyable reads which are packed with facts and colourful illustrations. They tell the stories of famous men and women and great events in history.

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Anne Frank: Famous People, Famous Lives ISBN 9781445113364 PDF epub

anne frank castor harriet

Each book includes a timeline of key dates, a quiz and index. This book is about the life of Anne Frank: how she came to write the diary and what happened to her during the Second World War. The language is simplistic as is the story, therefore I'd recommend it for a year 2 or year 3 class. I read this book as part of my history lesson at uni and I think it is a really good quick and simple way of getting to know the story of Anne Frank. This book is part of a series of books, Famous People, Famous Lives, which are suitable for ages 6-12. This w Anne Frank is a young girl who discovered she loved to write when she is given a diary for her 13th Birthday.

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Anne Frank by Harriet Castor (ebook)

anne frank castor harriet

Overall, I really enjoyed Anne Frank and look forward to reading more of the collection. Hitler despised Jewish people and made life very difficult for them. Written by successful authors, they are enjoyable reads which are packed with facts and colourful illustrations. Find out all about the diary of Anne Frank with this story that is packed with all the facts and colourful pictures. I'd have this book in my classroom as it is an ideal starting place for developing an interest in history.

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Anne Frank by Harriet Castor · OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries

anne frank castor harriet

It may also inspire children to want to read and write more, or inspire those who already enjoy writing and feel they are good at it to one day become a writer and have their work published like Anne. It could also be used as an in for drama; getting them to act out what happened in that time. As a result Anne and her family were forced to go into hiding in a office building behind a bookshelf. The book featured illustrations that could be used to aid children's understanding and interpretation of the text. When Anne Frank is given a diary, she starts to write to her made-up friend, Kitty. On her 13th birthday she was given a diary and from then on anne would write down her thoughts, opinions and experiences.

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