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    • Amy Larson

      She sensed in her soul, deep down, that she was a somebody. As the fourteen-year-old Anne poured out her heart, she sensed that there would be eyes and ears waiting to hear her words, although she had no way of knowing they'd speak from beyond Heaven's curtain. Anne, you were right. Your book is the second most read non-fiction book in the world, second only to the Holy Bible. I absolutely adore this soul.

    • Viri Gutierrez-Sanchez

      I Love History. this book painted a great depiction of Anne's Life.

    • Pamela Klint

      The Diary of a Young Girl; Anne Frank

    • Amelia Browning

      Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl

    • Jenny Murray

      Have read this about 20 times

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