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Anne Frank fue una niña alemana de ascendencia judía. Durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, vivió escondida junto a su familia, huyendo de los nazis. Anne fue descubierta y enviada a un campo de concentración donde murió días antes de acabar la guerra. Su diario, traducido a más de 55 idiomas, da voz al millón y medio de niños que murieron durante el holocausto nazi.


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Anne Frank fue una niña alemana de ascendencia judía. Durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, vivió escondida junto a su familia, huyendo de los nazis. Anne fue descubierta y enviada a un campo de concentración donde murió días antes de acabar la guerra. Su diario, traducido a más de 55 idiomas, da voz al millón y medio de niños que murieron durante el holocausto nazi.

30 review for Anne Frank (Pequeña & GRANDE #13)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    A digital copy of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This series is always a joy to read, it’s a really nice introduction to well known women for little children. Of course the plot is always a little bit fast but that’s to be expected and it’s totally understandable. I've read a lot of books about Anne Frank and I think this is a good introduction to her life. I loved the fact that the illustrator chose to put the focus on the diary by leavi A digital copy of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This series is always a joy to read, it’s a really nice introduction to well known women for little children. Of course the plot is always a little bit fast but that’s to be expected and it’s totally understandable. I've read a lot of books about Anne Frank and I think this is a good introduction to her life. I loved the fact that the illustrator chose to put the focus on the diary by leaving every other illustration in black and white whereas the diary was the only colourful object in the whole book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty

    What an incredible book. The artwork is gorgeous (the repeated bird motif works beautifully), and seeing Anne Frank's hopeful face gazing out at the reader is heart-wrenching. A vital book for all children.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Noura Khalid (theperksofbeingnoura)

    RTC

  4. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    Another great board book, early picture book biography int he Series of Little People, Big Dreams, series. This time, a veery simplified version of the diary of Anne Frank. The pictures are cartoony, yet match the photos we have of her. Tragic story, well told. Great way to get kids interested in the book, and history. #AnneFrank #NetGalley Thanks to Netgalley for giving me this book for an honest review.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Etienne

    This is a book that's part of some kind of little collection from this author who presented in a simple way, kind of short biography for kids, great woman in various «field of activity». This one is about Anne Frank and is marvelously illustrated, amazing arts, all black and white but really good. And the story present the sad and dramatic story of this young girl. Perfect if you want your kid to know about her.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Karen Nelson

    What a wonderfully written book about Anne Frank for young readers! Having heard recently that young people know little about the Holocaust, this book is a perfect way to keep the history alive, so that we can not forget the horror of the Nazi era. The illustrations are appropriate for the topic, done in black and white, with the exception of the diary. The text explains, without getting into the horror inappropriately for the age of the reader, why and how this story came to be. This is a perfe What a wonderfully written book about Anne Frank for young readers! Having heard recently that young people know little about the Holocaust, this book is a perfect way to keep the history alive, so that we can not forget the horror of the Nazi era. The illustrations are appropriate for the topic, done in black and white, with the exception of the diary. The text explains, without getting into the horror inappropriately for the age of the reader, why and how this story came to be. This is a perfect book for young readers that can be a springboard for further discussion and reading of more difficult text and ideas. Given the political climate of 2018, this is an important topic to explore with young people. I highly recommend parents and teachers investing in this book for a discussion with children to be aware of authoritarian figures that aren't inclusive. Thanks to the publisher and #NetGalley for the opportunity to read this great children's book in exchange for an honest review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Smith

    This is one of the newest additions to the Little People, BIG DREAMS series. It is very brief, and could even be considered a watered-down version of the Anne Frank story. With young children, I understand not going into depth, but having a few more sentences might have helped the story. As an example, the word "Nazis" is used with no explanation. The book's first sentence "Anne was a little Jewish girl who was born in Germany." might have benefited from a simple definition of Jewish. Concentrati This is one of the newest additions to the Little People, BIG DREAMS series. It is very brief, and could even be considered a watered-down version of the Anne Frank story. With young children, I understand not going into depth, but having a few more sentences might have helped the story. As an example, the word "Nazis" is used with no explanation. The book's first sentence "Anne was a little Jewish girl who was born in Germany." might have benefited from a simple definition of Jewish. Concentration Camp is also used in the book without definition. I would guess because of the delicate nature of this story, the author and publisher were hoping to zero in on Anne Frank and not the war. I would suggest that parents use a bit of caution if they are reading to a worry-wart or a curious child. Unlike most of my reviews, I moved right into the What Concerned Me section, since I feel most people reading this review will be very aware of Anne Frank and her story. What I Liked Most: I do love this series and hope Lincoln Children's Books begins including boys and not just girls in a series (maybe they have and I'm just not aware of it). This particular book's illustrations are very different than most of the preceding ones in this series. I am definitely a fan of this artwork and the way the artist has chosen to have most of the book in black and white with only the diary being in color. In my opinion, this type of artwork would greatly enhance an already good series. I do appreciate the added information at the back of the book so an adult reader can quickly familiarize themselves with Anne Frank before reading to a child. Thanks to Frances Lincoln Children's Books and NetGalley for providing an ARC in exchange for my honest review. More: https://debbieshakespearesmith.blogsp...

  8. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    This is the first time I've read a 'Little People, Big Dreams' book and I have to say I am impressed. I believe these books are pitched at 4-7 year olds and the level of information seems to be right. I enjoyed the illustrations that accompany the telling of Anne's story and how her diary came to be published, and also the short section at the back with a greater level of detail that may be more suited towards older readers. I would highly recommend these books to those with younger children just This is the first time I've read a 'Little People, Big Dreams' book and I have to say I am impressed. I believe these books are pitched at 4-7 year olds and the level of information seems to be right. I enjoyed the illustrations that accompany the telling of Anne's story and how her diary came to be published, and also the short section at the back with a greater level of detail that may be more suited towards older readers. I would highly recommend these books to those with younger children just as a starting point so they can begin to understand why people in history are so important. Many thanks to Quarto Publishing Group and NetGalley for providing a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kyra Leseberg (Roots & Reads)

    Another lovely addition to the Little People, Big Dreams series! The illustrations are quite different from previous books in this series but are absolutely beautiful, enhancing the brief story of the life of Anne Frank. Anne's diary captured my heart as a young girl and this story is the perfect introduction for young/emerging readers to learn about her short life and the impact she left on the world. Thanks to Frances Lincoln Publishers and NetGalley for providing an ARC in exchange for my hone Another lovely addition to the Little People, Big Dreams series! The illustrations are quite different from previous books in this series but are absolutely beautiful, enhancing the brief story of the life of Anne Frank. Anne's diary captured my heart as a young girl and this story is the perfect introduction for young/emerging readers to learn about her short life and the impact she left on the world. Thanks to Frances Lincoln Publishers and NetGalley for providing an ARC in exchange for my honest review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Katja

    I was lucky to get an e-arc of this title from netgalley.com. Anne Frank is the second book in this series I read, and I already know I’ll get my hands on the rest of them. The book beautifully describes Anne Franks life with an easy to read text. There’s not a lot of words on each page, which leads you to pay extra attention to the beautiful drawings. The drawings in Anne Frank are darker and there is not a lot of colours. The fewer colours make the colours stand out more. While I understand the I was lucky to get an e-arc of this title from netgalley.com. Anne Frank is the second book in this series I read, and I already know I’ll get my hands on the rest of them. The book beautifully describes Anne Franks life with an easy to read text. There’s not a lot of words on each page, which leads you to pay extra attention to the beautiful drawings. The drawings in Anne Frank are darker and there is not a lot of colours. The fewer colours make the colours stand out more. While I understand the symbolism, I feel like a lot of younger people would miss colours on the drawings, even if the black and white drawings are beautiful. Another thing Iove about this book series is the pages at the end with a timeline and a brief description of history and real pictures.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Alpowell

    Anne Frank is such an important story and Isabel Sanchez Vegara writes it in a way that children can understand. The subject matter is still a little too difficult for my kids but not for much longer and I will be reading this to them at that point.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jeanie (Read Write Sparkle Coffee) Cullip

    Today, I am reading Anne Frank by Isabel Sanchez Vegara. This book was recently published on July 31st, I received a Digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. The following was shared by the publisher, Quarto Publishing Group - Frances Lincoln Children's: New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the life of Anne Frank, the writer whose diary captured the hearts of the public, in this true story of her life. Little Anne was born in Germ Today, I am reading Anne Frank by Isabel Sanchez Vegara. This book was recently published on July 31st, I received a Digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. The following was shared by the publisher, Quarto Publishing Group - Frances Lincoln Children's: New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the life of Anne Frank, the writer whose diary captured the hearts of the public, in this true story of her life. Little Anne was born in Germany to a liberal Jewish family. But when the Nazis came into power she was forced to go into hiding with her family. With innovative illustrations and extra facts at the back, this empowering series celebrates the important life stories of wonderful women of the world. From designers and artists to scientists, all of them went on to achieve incredible things, yet all of them began life as a little child with a dream. These books make the lives of these role models accessible for children, providing a powerful message to inspire the next generation of outstanding people who will change the world! World War II is one of my favorite historical fiction and biographical books to read. I have always felt a connection to Anne Frank and her story, I believe it was made during junior high when I first read A Diary of a Young Girl. Knowing that we were of similar age at the time, had a love of writing, and a yearning to make a difference in the world; I assumed that if given the opportunity the two of us would have been BFF's. I love this biography of Anne Frank, because it makes her story accessible to young readers. The story begins with some background to who Anne was (an ordinary girl) when she received her diary, and the historical events that led up to Anne and her family having to hide in the secret annex of a warehouse. The focus of the book thereafter remained heavily on the diary and how Anne dreamed of becoming a writer. Due to her early death at the Bergen-Belsen camp in 1945, it was her father Otto (the only secret annex survivor) had her diary published so her story may be shared with readers forever. This fact, alongside others are shared in the books end pages which also includes a timeline of Anne's life and where to find more information about her.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    This is in English as the book I read was in English and this was the only "link" I could find on Goodreads. I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher --- New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the life of Anne Frank, the writer whose diary captured the hearts of the public, in this true story of her life. Little Anne was born in Germany to a liberal Jewish family. But when the Nazis came into power sh This is in English as the book I read was in English and this was the only "link" I could find on Goodreads. I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. From the publisher --- New in the Little People, Big Dreams series, discover the life of Anne Frank, the writer whose diary captured the hearts of the public, in this true story of her life. Little Anne was born in Germany to a liberal Jewish family. But when the Nazis came into power she was forced to go into hiding with her family. With innovative illustrations and extra facts at the back, this empowering series celebrates the important life stories of wonderful women of the world. From designers and artists to scientists, all of them went on to achieve incredible things, yet all of them began life as a little child with a dream. These books make the lives of these role models accessible for children, providing a powerful message to inspire the next generation of outstanding people who will change the world! Anne Frank will always be a touchstone for WWII --- her story is just as relevant now with terrorism in today's world running rampant. This is a good way to get a younger reader to learn about her and then proceed to read her book, and then maybe books written about her. Wonderfully written and illustrated, this is a perfect addition to any child's library.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Wayne McCoy

    'Little People, Big Dreams #13: Anne Frank' by Mª Isabel Sánchez Vegara with illustrations by Sveta Dorosheva seemed like a difficult task. Tell the story of Anne Frank in a picture book for young readers without traumatizing them. For those unfamiliar, Anne Frank lived in Germany during the worst time for a young Jewish girl to live there. She is famous for keeping a diary which has gone on to be world famous. She was forced to hide with her family, but they were discovered, and all we have left 'Little People, Big Dreams #13: Anne Frank' by Mª Isabel Sánchez Vegara with illustrations by Sveta Dorosheva seemed like a difficult task. Tell the story of Anne Frank in a picture book for young readers without traumatizing them. For those unfamiliar, Anne Frank lived in Germany during the worst time for a young Jewish girl to live there. She is famous for keeping a diary which has gone on to be world famous. She was forced to hide with her family, but they were discovered, and all we have left of Anne is her diary. The story makes this accessible to young readers. I can say that about all the books I've read so far in the series. Each book has a different illustrator, and Sveta Dorosheva's illustrations in this volume are my favorite by far. Her illustrations are starkly black and white. Anne is drawn with eyes that pull you in. A series of bird illustrations are used to convey themes of life and death. I found this to be a very moving version of this story. I received a review copy of this ebook from Quarto Publishing Group-Frances Lincoln Childrens, and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this ebook.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ruksana

    I am a huge fan of the little people big dreams series. Each one that I have read is as good as the next one. Aimed at young readers they tackle huge events in history in a delicate way. Anne Frank's diary is the most famous diary of all time and it's gently introduced to a young audience. Not losing the context in which it was written her life has touched so many people in so many ways. The illustrations depict so elegantly how Anne's diary must be received. One of a beautiful soul. The story wi I am a huge fan of the little people big dreams series. Each one that I have read is as good as the next one. Aimed at young readers they tackle huge events in history in a delicate way. Anne Frank's diary is the most famous diary of all time and it's gently introduced to a young audience. Not losing the context in which it was written her life has touched so many people in so many ways. The illustrations depict so elegantly how Anne's diary must be received. One of a beautiful soul. The story will bring up many questions in young minds, ones that as adults we should be sensitive enough to answer.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Literary Soirée

    I love Quarto Publishing Group’s Little People, Big Dreams series and this title on ANNE FRANK is a perfect example of why. The illustrations are beautiful, the story inspirational of little Anne hiding from the Nazis in Germany. The series and this wonderful book show children how to live courageous lives, impacted by others who have gone before. 5/5 Pub Date 31 Jul 2018 Thanks to Quarto Publishing Group - Frances Lincoln Childrens and NetGalley for the review copy. Opinions are fully mine. #Anne I love Quarto Publishing Group’s Little People, Big Dreams series and this title on ANNE FRANK is a perfect example of why. The illustrations are beautiful, the story inspirational of little Anne hiding from the Nazis in Germany. The series and this wonderful book show children how to live courageous lives, impacted by others who have gone before. 5/5 Pub Date 31 Jul 2018 Thanks to Quarto Publishing Group - Frances Lincoln Childrens and NetGalley for the review copy. Opinions are fully mine. #AnneFrank #NetGalley

  17. 5 out of 5

    Amna Ikhlaq

    Thank you to the publisher for sending me a NetGalley link for this title. Another incredible addition to the series. The story of Anne Frank is important for all to know and the author does a fantastic job of summarizing the hardships faced by Anne's family as well as her hopes and dreams. But the real star in this edition are the hauntingly stunning black and white illustrations which convey the beauty and tragedy of Anne's story. Young students would be mesmerized by this book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Laura Gorman

    This is a gorgeous children's book about one of history's most famous diarists. The story is simple but powerful and accompanied by beautiful illustrations. There is also a fact-filled two page of text at the end to wrap it all up and explain the timeline of the story that accompanies the simple picture book. This is part of a series of book which I would recommend for all children so they can see that there have been some amazing women in history.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rogene Carter

    The most gorgeously illustrated of the series so far. I was completely enthralled to see Anne's story told in such a frank and beautiful manner.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Moriah Conant

    This book is filled with gorgeous black and white illustrations depicting the tragic story of Anne Frank and the lives destroyed by the Holocaust. This book covers the sadness and tragedy of her death without being too graphic for small children. Highly recommend. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Christina Reid

    RTC! Love this series!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Megan Schmelzer

    Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org While wandering around Barnes and Noble, I stumbled across this awesome new board book series for babies and toddlers. The vibrant, yet simple, covers displaying historical women that I have grown up learning caught my eye, and it instantly drew me to pick up a few of these books off the shelves. To be totally honest, I was so intrigued by these books that I ended up sitting right down in the aisle of the store to explore this new nonfic Open Book Reviews by Megan Schmelzer www.openbookreviews.org While wandering around Barnes and Noble, I stumbled across this awesome new board book series for babies and toddlers. The vibrant, yet simple, covers displaying historical women that I have grown up learning caught my eye, and it instantly drew me to pick up a few of these books off the shelves. To be totally honest, I was so intrigued by these books that I ended up sitting right down in the aisle of the store to explore this new nonfiction board book series. My husband and daughter must have been embarrassed to be near me while I was sprawled out on the floor of Barnes and Noble reading board books designed for little ones because they ditched me and left me alone to dig into this new series!   Through my reading and my post-reading research, I have learned that Little People, Big Dreams is a new series that focuses on introducing the youngest of readers to amazing, wonderful women that have influenced the world. Each book is purposely designed in order to highlight one woman who has made a difference in the world. It tells the story of that women's dream and how she was able to make her dream come true despite the biggest of obstacles.  I loved the simplicity of the design of the series, Little People, Big Dreams. The authors and illustrators who have worked on this project clearly understand their audience, and they have made each of the books reflect exactly what they want their youngest of readers to be exposed to. Designed for babies and toddlers, Little People, Big Dreams uses simple text and engaging pictures to tell the story of each woman in a kid-friendly manner.  Often times, my biggest complaint with board books is that they lack plots or messages. Even though board books are purposely designed for babies and toddlers, I absolutely believe they still need to be strong examples of books that contain both strong plots and messages. All age levels of children need to have access to great text. I loved how Little People, Big Dreams designed their biography series for baby and preschool readers. There are not many nonfiction book series out there. This series is absolutely helping to pave the way to push the norm for what we typically think of when we think of baby books. Little People, Big Dreams series is a positive example of how even our youngest of readers can read and learn from awesome books!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty

    Isabel Sanchez Vegara's Anne Frank is another title in the 'Little People, Big Dreams' series, which showcases amazing girls and women from all over the world. I adore Anne Frank, and this was my most highly anticipated title in the so far very enjoyable series. I was intrigued to see how Vegara would translate such tragic circumstances into language that children could comprehend. It was well done on the whole; sometimes it verged to the simplistic in terms of the vocabulary used, but overall, Isabel Sanchez Vegara's Anne Frank is another title in the 'Little People, Big Dreams' series, which showcases amazing girls and women from all over the world. I adore Anne Frank, and this was my most highly anticipated title in the so far very enjoyable series. I was intrigued to see how Vegara would translate such tragic circumstances into language that children could comprehend. It was well done on the whole; sometimes it verged to the simplistic in terms of the vocabulary used, but overall, I felt that it provides a lovely and fitting introduction to Anne's story. Sveta Dorosheva's illustrations are gorgeous, and were by far the strongest part of the book for me. I loved that the diary was the only thing rendered into colour against the monochrome illustrations; this worked so well. A thoughtful tome, Anne Frank is definitely my favourite in the series so far.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer B.

    The drawings are quite nice in this one. The story, besides being short, is quite watered down for young readers, of course. It could make a good introduction to little ones who know nothing about Anne Frank nor the Holocaust, I suppose.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rebekah

    I am so glad this book series exists. The illustrations are gorgeous and they are such an easy and fun way to get very young children interested in history early on while inspiring them with stories of little people who have changed the world in their own ways.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Asriani

    Another great book to introduce famous people to young reader. I love the illustration. It captured Anne Frank and some of her family even the setting very well. Although it is quite short, I'd love to read another series of Little People, Big Dream. There is always interesting thing to discover.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Angela

  28. 5 out of 5

    Afoma Umesi

  29. 4 out of 5

    Yinzadi

  30. 5 out of 5

    Maeve

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