National Geographic Readers: Anne Frank provides deep insight into the life of Anne Frank and her struggles during the Nazi Rule. This book will introduce the young readers to one of the most important and influential historical figures. This book is appropriate for children aged between 10 to 12 years.
Summary of the Book
This book will introduce the readers to the tragic life of Anne Frank, the young girl whose diary, kept while she was hiding from the Nazis, is one of the most influential and insightful books from the 20th century. The book provides a detailed account of how Anne was forced into living an abnormal life in hiding from the Nazis. The book is written in simple language for the young readers and has several photographs throughout the text, which will be appealing for the children. Moreover, a pronunciation guide and a glossary will greatly help the children to understand the book better.
About National Geographic Kids
National Geographic Kids is a panel of expert editors from The National Geographic group. They produce books exclusively for children. Some of the other books authored and published by them are National Geographic Little Kids Look and Learn: Colors, National Geographic Little Kids Look And Learn: Opposites!, 5,000 Awesome Facts (about everything!), etc.