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  1. says:

    These personal narratives of Dutch Jewish children who survived in hiding during World War II is a powerful sobering read At the conclusion of the book there's an array of photographs of the children now elderly their faces are so beautiful and after reading their stories all I can think is that growing old is such a privilege one that many of their friends and family members never attained This book will stay with me


  2. says:

    This is one of those books that will stay with me long after I've read it It's a combination of hopeful sorrowful and haunting that lingers on the mind whether you'd like it to or not Hidden Like Anne Frank is a collection of fourteen stories of children who were forced to go into hiding in order to survive during World War II Different ages different genders and different social classes are all represented They're told in the first person the survivors themselves are the ones telling you their stories While they are all hopeful to a degree after all these are survival stories these people went through so much devastation It's heartbreaking to see that so many children needed to do this just to escape with their lives losing so much in the process This book is written at an easy to read level making it a great book for young adults who are wanting to learn about the war Each foreign word be it in German Hebrew Dutch or otherwise was italicized and explained so that there was no confusion about terminology Each story is also paired with photographs of the children the places they hid and the areas where they came from It was fascinating to see history through their eyesI also thought it was nice that at the end of the book there's photographs of each of the survivors as they are today The photographs make it seem all the real I think this book is a good one to have as a middle school or high school teacher to offer students who were interested in Anne Frank's diary I'd recommend it to anyone interested in reading about World War II or the Holocaust It's emotional but well done and leaves you a bit in awe of just what some people have to do in order to surviveThank you to Scholastic who provided me with a copy in exchange for my honest review This review can also be found on my blog Bitches n Prose


  3. says:

    It's hard not to be affected by an incredible collection like this Hidden Like Anne Frank contains 14 stories from survivors of WWII along with amazing historical photographs that give the reader a better glimpse into each personal story Some of these individuals were separated from parents and other family members for years moved from home to home dozens of times hidden in orphanages attics lofts closets stairwells occasionally even trash cans and every other place imaginable Many of those hiding were very young children who had to be incredibly brave and uiet in their hiding places while German soldiers searched the entire home Although many families that housed those in hiding were wonderful and kind children were sometimes moved to homes of very cruel or strict families and were abused The most difficult stories are those in which children were not ever really able to reconcile with their parents after being reunited because the pain of abandonment could not be fully resolved even though parents had the best of intentions when they made their decisions Even decades later older adults who had been in hiding during WWII continue to worry about the need to escape because the trauma of being hidden for so long is not something that ever really goes away Many other difficulties also came after the war such as trying to rebuild and start over and learning of loved ones who had been killed Yet there were also some amazing stories of unexpected reunions Hidden Like Anne Frank is definitely a wonderful addition to a school library and one that will give students a much better perspective on true stories of suffering and courage during WWII


  4. says:

    If I had to pick just a few words to describe this Holocaust collection I would choose the words honest and haunting Hidden Like Anne Frank is a collection of fourteen true stories of survival All of these stories are set in the Netherlands during World War II All focus on children or teenagers who hid from the Nazis Anne Frank is perhaps the most famous hidden child from the war but unlike Anne Frank these are the survivor stories the so called happy ending holocaust stories Before I read the book I would have considered the fact that they survived through the war enough to make it a happy ending What I learned was that was not always the case What followed was years of tears A whole lifetime That war will not be over until I take my last breath 211 Donald de MarcasThe fourteen Rita Degen Jaap Sitters Bloeme Emden Jack Eljon Rosemary Kahn Lies Elion Maurice Meijer Sieny Kattenburg Leni de Vries Benjamin Kosses Michael Goldsteen Lowina de Levie Johan Sanders and Donald de Marcas I liked the fact that these were individual stories Each writer each survivor has their own voice their own story their own message No two stories really read alike This is as it should be Readers catch glimpses of what life was like before during and after the war I found Hidden Like Anne Frank was a book I had to read very slowly To read than two or three stories at a time proved too much This one is not a light read It is compelling and honest and important But it is not easy


  5. says:

    There are fourteen true stories of survival from WWII in this novel some of the stories are from individuals who were only three years old at the time of this horrific event and others were teenagers nevertheless they are all true accounts of survivors I was amazed at the similarities of the stories; it seemed that most of the survivors were passed along to their relatives multiple times and that their names were changed often Some individuals were shuffled around so freuently I almost forgot what their birth names were and they themselves were reluctant to say it even when liberation was at their front door I was surprised at the tone of this book as there wasn’t much emotion scary or traumatizing details in the stories The narratives gave the facts remarkable portrayal of facts of what occurred in their lives as the Nazi’s invaded their lives Some of the stories that I especially enjoyed was reading about a gentlemen who was bitter towards his parents for abandoning him when he was a child His parents sent him off into hiding at a young age to save him and after reuniting with him after the liberation he just couldn’t see past this resentment I found this amazing Even after all the stories that he has heard about the war he still harbors these feelings towards his parents when all his parents were trying to do was to provide him a future Then there was the story of Sieny who worked in the kindergarten which cared for newborns through older children This was the holding area for the children who were on the way to the concentration camps while their parents were in a different area as the children made too much noise for the soldiers Sieny worked to move the children out secretly with the parents as the parents would not register all their children in the kindergarten Sieny secretly talked to the parents about when they would be leaving the holding area and whether they would like to take their children with them Sieny knew ahead of time when this time would come Using baby dolls they could also fool the soldiers Sieny and other individuals working alongside her saved many children The means these individuals used to save these children while putting their own lives on the line was truly spectacular


  6. says:

    “Hidden Like Anne Frank” is a very eye opening book about what it was like to go into hiding during World War II There are fourteen different accounts from Jewish children narrating their own experience from the war The story includes actual photos of the characters in the story as well This story can be emotional for some people and really shows what Central Europe was like during World War II There isn’t one set setting because the stories are from a multitude of people but in general the story is set in Central Europe Austria Netherlands Poland Germany during the 1940’s If you enjoy historical documentaries or have interest in World War II I would definitely recommend this book to you


  7. says:

    Hidden This book tells 14 true thrilling stories of survival These stories are unforgettable This book has children hiding during World War Two These kids would stare freeze and have to keep up with beatings but they would survive This is a collection of opening first person accounts they share what it was like to go into hiding seeing their loved ones picked up in Nazi raids or never seeing them again after the war Some would live in poor conditions some were luckier then others though These kids were three four years old teenagers and even adults but they all went through the same thing the pain of losing their homes families loved ones even their own names These kids teens and adults were brave I recommend this book it's exciting sad and unforgettable


  8. says:

    This book offers some very interesting insight into yet another aspect of the Second World WarInside this book are 14 stories of people who were like Anne Frank put into hiding to escape the NazisAlong with photos of each victim and the locations where they hid a cool feature that I loved was the photos in the back of the book of the hidden children now as elderly survivorsIt's pretty amazingI enjoyed the junior non fiction piece of writing and would recommend to anyone interested in anything WW2


  9. says:

    This review can also be found on A Thousand Lives Lived check it out for reviews 35 star rating Books about the war scar me I mean the stories are so heart breaking that I'm unable to stand anything any longer Books about young children who went in hiding are so sad and this story contained 14 STORIES THAT GOT ME CRYING Okay I didn't really cry but all of my feels were exploding all over the place and I was unable to deal with anything in my life any longerWhen you think about it this book was a hit I was overwhelmed with all of the stories and I was so obsessed with reading on meeting another character and try to relate to their stories although it absolutely shatters my heart completely Prins did do a fantastic job on trying to get readers to enjoy the flaws and put themselves in the victims' shoes It was real to the extremeAND YES IT WAS REAL LIFE NON FICTION GUYS At the back of the book you get to see photos of how the victims actually look today and it warms my heart They are such important people who have changed the world The genre was gorgeous and perfect right to the point I keep wondering if some things were changed to look different or not though these were real survival stories that I wouldn't change my experience of reading them for anything elseThis was powerful it was something memorable The plot of these stories were a little slow at times depending on which story I was reading but it had been a very raw bunch of stories that carried different situations and themes each time like friendship survival abuse and family And this was a uick read that left me hangingI guess from the moment the first story with Jaap began I was addicted I don't have a favourite story and as it's been a while since I finished reading I can't really remember what had happened in each though it was truly something invisible to an average person's knowledge of the war and its feelings and events that scarred peopleAfter reading I'm left wanting and researching about the war and other survival stories I just can't get enough of the subject that it's getting to an obsession that I'm unable to wait for anything else any longer The stories here are REAL and nothing's made up which gives you a larger and broader imagination to want to know what's happening Go for it because it's not a read like any other


  10. says:

    There is a website that goes with this book it is wwwhiddenlikeannefrankcom You can hear the actual clip of the people talking whose stories are in this book There is a map at the beginning of each story that marks where each person hid There is also an interactive map on the website that when you click on the dots you hear the person talking This is one of those books that will stay with me long after I've read it It's a combination of hopeful sorrowful and haunting that lingers on the mind whether you'd like it to or not This book is a collection of fourteen stories of children who were forced to go into hiding in order to survive during World War II Different ages different genders and different social classes are all represented Different ages different genders and different social classes are all represented They're told in the first person the survivors themselves are the ones telling you their stories While they are all hopeful to a degree after all these are survival stories these people went through so much devastation It's heartbreaking to see that so many children needed to do this just to escape with their lives losing so much in the process


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Ondergedoken als Anne Frank Verhalen van Joodse kinderen in de Tweede Wereldoorlog

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Jaap Sitters was only eight years old when his mother cut the yellow stars off his clothes and sent him alone on a fifteen mile walk to hide with relatives It was a terrifying night one he would never forget Before the end of the war he would hide in secret rooms and behind walls He would suffer from h. These personal narratives of Dutch Jewish children Le second Empire only eight years Napoléon et l'opéra old when his mother cut the yellow stars Souvenirs de campagnes du sergent Faucheur off his clothes and sent him alone Nouvelle Histoire de la France contemporaine, tome 10 : Les Débuts de la troisième République, 1871-1898 on a fifteen mile walk to hide with relatives It was a terrifying night La France et les Français sous la IIIe République 1870-1940 one he would never forget Before the end Nouvelle Histoire de la France contemporaine, tome 9 : De la fête impériale au mur des fédérés, 1852-1871 of the war he would hide in secret rooms and behind walls He would suffer from h. These personal narratives Un souvenir de Solférino (Éd.1862) of Dutch Jewish children

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; some were teenagers Some hid with neighbors or family while many were with complete strangers But all know the pain of losing their homes their families even their own names They describe the secret network that kept them safe And they share the coincidences and close calls that made all the differen. This book offers some very interesting insight into Louis Napoléon le Grand or family while many were with complete strangers But all know the pain Lannes (1769-1809) maréchal de Napoléon : Colloque Maisons-Laffitte, 18 mars 2017 of losing their homes their families even their Le Sexe sous l'Empire own names They describe the secret network that kept them safe And they share the coincidences and close calls that made all the differen. This book De Gaulle et Churchill (Tempus t. 34) offers some very interesting insight into

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Unger sickness and the looming threat of Nazi raids But he would liveThis is just one of the true stories told in Hidden Like Anne Frank a collection of eye opening first person accounts that share the experience of going into hiding to escape the Holocaust Some were just toddlers when they were hidden. If I had to pick just a few words to describe this