The Diary of Anne Frank has told an intimate story of a young Jewish girl's life during WWII to many readers since its publishing, and now the Anne Frank Graphic Novel strives to tell the same narrative on a broader scope with the help of cartoon images.
Doing justice to the words the young biographer wrote, this comic rendition of a family in hiding in Nazi Germany begins with the birth of Anne and continues with her father's account of the aftermath in the concentration camp. The Anne Frank Graphic Novel is a must read for anyone wishing the chronicle could have continued.
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