Anne Frank United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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Frank, Anne. Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1952. (D 810 .J4 F715 1952) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

First edition of the Diary to be published in English. Based on Annes original and self-edited diaries, which were further edited by Otto Frank for publication. Includes an introduction by Eleanor Roosevelt.

Frank, Anne. Anne Franks Tales from the Secret Annex. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1983. (PT 5881.16 .R26 V413 1983) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

A collection of Anne Franks lesser-known writings, including short stories, fables, personal reminiscences, and essays.

Frank, Anne. The Diary of Anne Frank: The Revised Critical Edition. New York: Doubleday, 2003. (DS 135 .N5 A53413 2003) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Revised and expanded version of the Critical Edition, originally published in 1989. Collates all of Annes known writings, including different versions of her diary and her short stories. Also includes a summary of the document examination and handwriting identification analysis completed in 1986 by the Netherlands State Forensic Science Laboratory.

Frank, Anne. Diary of a Young Girl. West Hatfield, MA: Pennyroyal Press with Jewish Heritage Publishing, 1985. (Rare DS 135 .N5 F73 1985) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Along with the text of the diary, includes finely etched plates that reflect the events, places, and people living in the Secret Annex.

Frank, Anne. The Diary of a Young Girl: The Definitive Edition. New York: Doubleday, 1995. (DS 135 .N6 F73313 1995) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Based in large part on the edited version of the diary Anne created in 1944 in the hopes that it would be published after the War. Includes thirty percent more material than the shorter version of the diary Annes father originally published.

Frank, Anne. The Works of Anne Frank. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1959. (PT 5834 .F828 A1 1959a) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Includes the text of the diary, as well as Annes personal reminiscences, essays, and stories.

Metselaar, Menno. The Story of Anne Frank. Amsterdam: Anne Frank House, 2004. (DS 135 .N6 F3492513 2004) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Presents the diary of Anne Frank with descriptions throughout the text. Includes images of the diary, family photographs, and other illustrations.

Adler, David, and Karen Ritz. Picture Book of Anne Frank. New York: Holiday House, 1994. (DS 135 .N6 F7313 1993) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

An illustrated chronicle of the life of Anne Frank, who kept a diary during her familys attempts to hide from the Nazis in the 1940s. Written for children.

Amdur, Richard. Anne Frank. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1993. (DS 135 .N6 F7315 1993) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

A biography written for young adults and illustrated with photographs of Anne and her family, their helpers, and scenes from the Holocaust. Includes three appendices, a Further Reading section, a chronology, and an index. Part of the Chelsea House Library of Biography series.

Anne Frank Stichting. Anne Frank: A History for Today. Amsterdam: Anne Frank House, 1995. (DS 135 .N5 A535 1995) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Uses illustrations and text to chronicle Annes story, along with the history of the Holocaust. Interweaves this story with the experiences of Holocaust survivors and Frank family friends. Briefly comments on the state of post-war anti-Semitism and racism worldwide.

Ashby, Ruth. Anne Frank: Young Diarist. New York: Aladdin, 2005. (DS 135 .N6 F73157 2005) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Recounts the life story of Anne Frank. Includes lists of further readings. Part of the Childhood of World Figures series, this book is written for young readers.

Brown, Gene. Anne Frank, Child of the Holocaust. New York: Blackbirch Marketing, 1997. (DS 135 .N6 F732 1991) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

A brief biography with illustrations that sets Annes story in the larger context of the Holocaust. Includes a short glossary and bibliography. Written for young adults as part of the Library of Famous Women series.

Brown, Jonatha A. Anne Frank. Milwaukee, WI: World Almanac Library, 2004. (DS 135 .N6 F7323 2004) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Tells the story of Anne Frank and the Holocaust through pictures and narrations. Includes statistics, a chronology, a glossary, recommended readings, and an index. Part of the Trailblazers of the Modern World series, this book is written for young readers.

Frank, Otto. Anne Frank and Family: Photographs. Amsterdam: Anne Frank House, 2004. (DS 135 .N6 F733433 2004) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Compiles images of the Frank family taken by Otto Frank between 1926 and 1941. Includes captions, an introduction, and a list of family members and their fates.

Gies, Miep. Anne Frank Remembered: The Story of the Woman who Helped to Hide the Frank Family. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1987. (DS 135 .N5 A536 1987) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

One of the people who helped the Frank family while they were in hiding recalls life under Nazi occupation, including the day the Franks were discovered, her attempts to bribe the Gestapo to release the Franks, and the Hunger Winter in Holland. Includes photographs of the Frank family and their helpers.

Gold, Alison Leslie. Memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a Childhood Friend. New York: Scholastic, 1997. (DS 135 .N6 P493 1997) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

An account of Anne Franks life before and after she went into hiding by Hannah Pick-Goslar, a close childhood friend. Includes photographs of Hannah and Anne. Written for young adults.

Hansen, Jennifer, editor. Anne Frank. San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 2003. (DS 135 .N6 F7316 2003) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Presents various essays which examine aspects of Annes life in hiding, her arrest, the diary, and her legacy. Includes discussion questions, appendices, a chronology, recommended readings, and an index. Part of the People Who Made History series, this book is written for young readers.

Hermann, Spring. Anne Frank: Hope in the Shadows of the Holocaust. Berkeley Heights, NJ: Enslow, 2004. (DS 135 .N6 F73344 2004) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Discusses the life of Anne Frank and the events of the Holocaust. Includes illustrations, a detailed chronology, chapter notes, a glossary, and an index. Part of the Holocaust Heroes and Nazi Criminals series, this book is written for young readers.

Hudson-Goff, Elizabeth, and Jonatha A. Brown. Anne Frank. Milwaukee, WI: World Almanac Library, 2006. (DS 135 .N6 F733449 2006) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Graphic novel recounting the life of Anne Frank through illustrations and a chronological story line. Includes a list of suggested readings and Web sites of interest. Part of the World Almanac Library series, this book is written for young readers.

Hurwitz, Johanna. Anne Frank: Life in Hiding. Philadelphia, PA: Jewish Publication Society, 1988. (DS 135 .N6 F7335 1988) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

A short biography of Anne written for young adults. Includes black-and-white drawings and a chronology of important dates.

Johnson, Emma. Anne Frank. Austin, TX: Raintree Steck-Vaughn, 2002. (DS 135 .N6 F7336 2002) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Details the life of Anne Frank, the history of the Holocaust, and the postwar publication of her diary. Includes illustrations, a glossary, timeline, recommendations for further reading, and an index. Part of the Twentieth-Century History Makers series, this book is written for young readers.

Kniesmeyer, Joke. Frank, Anne. In The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, edited by Israel Gutman, 519-524. New York: Macmillan, 1990. (Ref D 810 .J4 E6 1990 v.2) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Briefly describes Anne Franks family life, their time in hiding, the diary, and the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam.

Koestler-Grack, Rachel A. The Story of Anne Frank. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea Clubhouse, 2004. (DS 135 .N6 F73375 2004) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Details Annes life and the postwar publication of her diary. Includes illustrations, lists of facts and important dates, biographies of other important women of Anne Franks time, a glossary, suggested readings, and an index. Part of the Breakthrough Biographies series, this book is written for young readers.

Kramer, Ann. Anne Frank: The Young Writer who Told the World Her Story. Washington, DC: National Geographic, 2007. (DS 135 .N6 F73385 2007) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Illustrated introduction to the life and writings of Anne Frank. Written for young readers, ages 9-12.

Lee, Carol Ann. Roses from the Earth: The Biography of Anne Frank. London: Viking, 1999. (DS 135 .N6 F7334 1999) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

An authoritative, detailed biography depicting Annes life and death, as well as that of the other occupants of the Secret Annex. Foreword written by Buddy Elias, last living direct relative of Anne Frank and president of the Anne Frank-Fonds. Includes notes, a selected bibliography, and an index.

Lee, Carol Ann. A Friend Called Anne: One Girls Story of War, Peace, and a Unique Friendship with Anne Frank. New York: Viking, 2005. (DS 135 .N6 F73392 2005) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Retells the story of Jacqueline van Maarsen, Annes best friend before she went into hiding. Discusses the friendship, van Maarsens wartime experiences, and the fame of Annes diary. Includes several letters from Anne to Jackie. Written for young readers.

Lindwer, Willy. The Last Seven Months of Anne Frank. New York: Pantheon Books, 1991. (DS 135 .N6 F734413 1991) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

An account of what happened to Anne between her arrest in August 1944 until her death seven months later. Provides the eyewitness testimony of six Jewish female survivors who describe Annes ordeals as she was transported to Westerbork, Auschwitz, and finally, Bergen-Belsen. Based on the film of the same name.

Mller, Melissa. Anne Frank: The Biography. New York: Metropolitan Books, 1998. (DS 135 .N6 F7349713 1998) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

A detailed biography of Anne Frank that portrays both her life in hiding and her death. Draws upon exclusive interviews with family and friends, previously unavailable correspondence, and five additional, unpublished pages of the diary. Includes a diagram of Annes family tree. The Library also has an edition in German under the title, Das Mdchen Anne Frank: Die Biographie, and the story of Mllers research in the video, Anne Frank: The Missing Chapter.

Pressler, Mirjam. Anne Frank: A Hidden Life. New York: Dutton Childrens Books, 2000. (DS 135 .N6 F73513 2000) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Explores the background in which Anne Franks life and diary were set, and presents detailed descriptions of the other occupants of the Secret Annex. Written for young adults by the editor of the definitive edition of the diary.

Rol, Ruud van der. Anne Frank, Beyond the Diary: A Photographic Remembrance. New York: Viking, 1993. (DS 135 .N6 F7385 1993) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Uses extensive photographs and full-color illustrations to chronicle the life of the Frank family both before and during their time in hiding, and places their story in the context of the Holocaust. Includes a glossary, a chronology, and a bibliography, along with a brief essay regarding the different versions of the diary. Written for young adults. The Library also has an edition in French under the title, Anne Frank: Une Vie.

Saunders, Nicholas J. The Life of Anne Frank. Columbus, OH: School Specialty, 2006. (DS 135 .N6 F73558 2006) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Graphic novel recounting the life of Anne Frank through illustrations and a chronological story line. Includes a timeline, list of facts, a glossary, and an index. Part of the Stories from History series, this book is written for young readers.

Sawyer, Kem Knapp. Anne Frank. New York: DK Publishing Company, 2004. (DS 135 .N6 F73395 2004) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Intersperses the story of Anne Frank with photographs and illustrations to portray the history of the Holocaust. Includes a timeline of Annes life, source notes, and an index.

Schnabel, Ernst. Anne Frank: A Portrait in Courage. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1958. (D 810 .J4 S32 1958) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

A biography of Anne Franks life before she went into hiding, based on interviews with her schoolmates, friends, and acquaintances who survived the war. Interweaves excerpts from Annes diary with a narrative that presents a well-rounded picture of her life before the war. The Library also has an edition in German under the title, Anne Frank: Spur eines Kindes: Ein Bericht.

Shapiro, Edna, editor. The Reminiscences of Victor Kugler, the Mr. Kraler of Anne Franks Diary. Yad Vashem Studies 13 (1979): 353-385. (DS 135.E83 Y3 v. 13) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Presents the first-person account of Victor Kugler, a colleague of Otto Frank, who assisted the Frank family during their time in hiding. Includes a description of Mr. Kuglers attempts to help the Frank family as well as a detailed account of his arrest and imprisonment for helping Jews.

Van Maarsen, Jacqueline. My Friend Anne Frank. New York: Vantage Press, 1989. (DS 135 .N6 F7335513 1989) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Annes best friend in Amsterdam, known to Anne as Jopie, interweaves her own remembrances of Anne with selections from the diary.

Wiesenthal, Simon. Epilogue to Anne Franks Diary. In The Murderers Among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Memoirs, 171-183. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967. (D 804 .G4 W47 1967) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Recounts the authors difficult attempt to locate Anne Franks arrestor, Karl Silberbauer, and describes what became of Silberbauer after his involvement in the Frank familys arrest became known.

Williams, Brian. The Life and World of Anne Frank. Oxford: Heinemann Library, 2004. (DS 135 .N6 F73873 2004) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Account of Anne Franks life and diary in relation to the history of World War II. Includes a glossary, index, and many photographs and illustrations.

Wilson, Cara. Dear Cara: Letters from Otto Frank. Sandwich, MA: North Star Publications, 2001. (DS 135 .S93 F738 2000) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Recounts Wilsons correspondence with Otto Frank during the 1960s and 1970s, and explains the relationship that formed between the two during this turbulent part of the authors life. Portions of this work were previously published in Wilsons earlier book Love, Otto.

Wilson, Cara. Love, Otto: The Legacy of Anne Frank. Kansas City, MO: Andrews and McMeel, 1995. (DS 135 .S93 F738 1995) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Reproductions of the twenty-two years of correspondence between Otto Frank and Cara Weiss (now Wilson), a devotee of Anne Frank since reading her diary at the age of twelve.

Woog, Adam. Anne Frank. San Diego: Lucent Books, 2004. (DS 135 .N6 F73875 2004) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Discusses Annes life before hiding, her period in the attic, her arrest and death, and the postwar efforts to publish her diary. Contains illustrations, endnotes, references, recommendations for further reading, and an index. Part of the Heroes and Villains series, this book is written for young readers.

Woronoff, Kristen. Anne Frank: Voice of Hope. Detroit, MI: Blackbirch Press, 2002. (DS 135 .N6 F7388 2002) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Briefly discusses Annes life and the publication of her diary. Includes illustrations, a glossary, references, and an index. Part of the Famous Women series, this book is written for young readers.

Zee, Nanda van der, and Fritz Pfeffer. De Kamergenoot van Anne Frank. Amsterdam: Lakeman Publishers, 1990. (DS 135 .N6 P4858 1990) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

A biography of Fritz Pfeffer, one of the occupants of the Secret Annex.

Rol, Ruud van der. Anne Frank: Une Vie. Amsterdam: Fondation Anne Frank, 1992. (Oversize DS 135 .N6 F738514 1992) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Uses extensive photographs and full-color illustrations to chronicle the life of the Frank family both before and during their time in hiding, and places their story in the context of the Holocaust. Includes a glossary, a chronology, and a bibliography, along with a brief essay regarding the different versions of the diary. Written for young adults. The Library also has an edition in English under the title, Anne Frank, Beyond the Diary: A Photographic Remembrance.

Alexander-Ihme, Esther, et al. Frher wohnten wir in Frankfurt--: Frankfurt am Main und Anne Frank. Frankfurt am Main: Amt fr Wissenschaft und Kunst der Stadt Frankfurt am Main, 1985. (D 810 .J4 F78 1985) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Describes Annes early years in Frankfurt before moving to Amsterdam. Focuses primarily on the lives of Otto and Edith Frank.

Hellwig, Joachim, and Gnther Deicke. Ein Tagebuch fr Anne Frank. Berlin: Verlag der Nation, [1959]. (D 810 .J4 H35 1959) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

A photographic essay that places the life of Anne Frank within the context of the events of the Holocaust and the Second World War.

Mller, Melissa. Das Mdchen Anne Frank: Die Biographie. Mnchen: Claasen, 1998. (DS 135 .N6 F73497 1998) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

A detailed biography of Anne Frank that portrays both her life in hiding and her death. Draws upon exclusive interviews with family and friends, previously unavailable correspondence, and five additional, unpublished pages of the diary. Includes a diagram of Annes family tree. The Library also has an edition in English under the title, Anne Frank: The Biography.

Schnabel, Ernst. Anne Frank: Spur eines Kindes: Ein Bericht. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1958. (D 810 .J4 S32 1958) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

A biography of Anne Franks life before she went into hiding, based on interviews with her schoolmates, friends, and acquaintances who survived the war. Interweaves excerpts from Annes diary with a narrative that presents a well-rounded picture of her life before the war. The Library also has an edition in English under the title, Anne Frank: A Portrait in Courage.

Steen, Jrgen, et al. Anne aus Frankfurt: Leben und Lebenswelt Anne Franks. Frankfurt am Main: Historisches Museum Frankfurt am Main, 1990. (DS 135 .G42 H52 FRA A56 1990) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

Describes life for the Franks in Frankfurt and Amsterdam, as well as conditions in both cities while the Franks were living there.

Anne Frank House: A Museum with a Story. s-Gravenhage: Sdu Uitgeverij Koninginnegracht, 1992. (D 804.175 .A47 A55213 1992) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

An historical look at the actual canal-side house where Anne Frank wrote her diary. Reviews the story of the Frank family and their time in hiding. Contains illustrations of the house and the surrounding area.

Anne Frank House: A Museum with a Story. Amsterdam: Anne Frank House, 1999. (Oversize DS 135 .N6 F7384 1999) [Find in a library near you (external link)]

An extensively illustrated work with images from the collection and exhibition of the Anne Frank House, quotations from the diary, and other photographs from the Holocaust period.

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