BOOKS: Short book about Anne Frank packs a powerful punch
By Jean Patrick Republic Book Columnist
A girl sits on the dusty floor of an attic. She looks through a window at the bare branches of a chestnut tree that sparkles with dew.
She thinks, “As long as this exists … how can I be sad?”
The girl is Anne Frank. She has not been outside for 597 days.
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