Carol Ann Lee was born in England and became interested in Anne Frank when she was just six years old. She has written several books about Anne Frank, and now lives in Amsterdam with her husband and son.
"Includes black-and-white photos mostly available in other volumes. (bibliography) (Nonfiction. 12-15)"
Reworking much of the information she presented in her earlier volume, A Friend Called Anne (2004), Lee interweaves information about other children who were placed in camps during the Holocaust, rarely surviving or more likely hidden in a variety of situations.
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