Reviewed by Kelli T. (age 10)
When I read this book, sometimes I laughed with joy, and other times I almost cried because of all the descriptions of their hardships and the fights the family had. My favorite part was when Anne Frank wrote about wearing her friend Peter?s clothes,(he was one of the eight Jews in hiding), and Peter would wear her clothes. Then they would put on a show. I liked that part because it was very funny, and it also showed that the two families shared good times, even in such horrible conditions.
I would recommend this book to people who like to read about dramatic, sad, and happy situations in one book. When you read this book, you might realize how much you have, as opposed to other people who don?t have much. This book will inspire many young readers and even adults.