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Anne Frank and the Remembering TreeIn most windows I saw people working and children playing When the soldiers came people began covering their windows so I couldn't see inside any But the tiny attic window of the narrow brick house behind Otto Frank's business of. Genre Biography This book would be great for beginning grade of 2nd and up One uniue feature of this book is the very last page has a for families and school where it lists the different places where you can see saplings from the chestnut tree A very fun fact to share with your studentschildren

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Free download Anne Frank and the Remembering Tree ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ó In most windows I saw people working and children playing When the soldiers came people began covering their windows so I couldn't see inside any But the tiny attic window of the narrow brick house behind Otto FrankFices had no shade For a long time the rooms were empty Then one day Otto's whole family came to live there They called their new home the Secret AnnexA story of Anne Frank who loved a tree and the tree who promised never to forg. One of my favorite books I love Anne Frank and this book does a great job talking about her in a way appropriate for children Can’t wait to use this in my classroom Would be great to accompany a history lesson with upper elementary teaching them about WWII and the Holocaust

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Et herThis book is co published with the Children's Museum of Indianapolis chosen by the Anne Frank Center as the first US recipient of a sapling from the tree outside of the Secret Annex window the tree is the narrator in the bo. Hidden A Child's Story of the HolocaustMy rationale for selecting the book Hidden A Child’s Story of the Holocaust is to give a different perspective on World War II and the Holocaust than what is traditionally taught Generally students do not learn about the Holocaust until later in their academic lives because some of the subject matter is sensitive and too mature for younger children With the books I have chosen students can be exposed to Holocaust literature and get some basic knowledge about an extremely significant time in World History without getting information that is above their comprehension level Hidden also gives a less traditional account of the Holocaust as told from the French Jew who was not sent to the camps but was separated from her family and sent to live with neighbors in order to survive This pairs nicely with Anne Frank and the Remembering Tree and tells the story from another fictional point of view The primary text structure of Anne Frank and the Remembering Tree is Seuence of Events The book describes what happens during World War II starting with Nazi occupation of Amsterdam to the Frank family going into hiding to their eventual capture and is told through the perspective of a tree outside the Secret Annex where the Frank family remained hidden throughout the war Text features that are present would include the title and subtitle pictures and an index of locations where saplings from the tree featured in the story were planted around the world The strategy application I would use that will engage students in critical thinking by making connections between the texts would be two column notes Using this strategy students will compare and contrast the two texts taking notes as they read Then students will be able to compare notes with their peers to discuss things they might have missed during their first reading and share new ideas with others This will also allow students to see the differences between the non fiction story and the fictional account of the same event Dauvillier L 2012 Hidden A child's story of the Holocaust New York NY First Second