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by Cherie Bennett

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ISBN:
0399233296
Author:
Cherie Bennett
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Putnam Juvenile; First Edition edition (March 5, 2001)
Pages:
352 pages
EPUB book:
1337 kb
FB2 book:
1445 kb
DJVU:
1789 kb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
151


Penguin Books Ltd, Registered Offices: Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England Novel adapted from the stage play Anne Frank and Me by Cherie Bennett.

Penguin Books Ltd, Registered Offices: Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England. First published in the United States of America by G. P. Putnam’s Sons, a division of Penguin Putnam Books for Young Readers, 2001. Published by Puffin Books, a division of Penguin Putnam. Books for Young Readers, 2002. Novel adapted from the stage play Anne Frank and Me by Cherie Bennett. with Jeff Gottesfeld, the Dramatic Publishing Company, 1997. Text set in twelve-point Celeste.

Anne Frank and Me is a 2001 novel by husband-wife writing team Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld. Inspired by the life of Anne Frank, it follows the story of a teenage girl named Nicole Burns. The story was adapted as a play in 1996 in New York City, written and directed by Cherie Bennett. Nicole, a fifteen-year-old American high school student living in the year 2001, comes from an affluent household and takes her lifestyle for granted.

A few miserable-looking pedestrians fought the elements. Still, her parents allowed her to go outside so infrequently that Nicole would have given anything to feel the rain pelting her.

A few miserable-looking pedestrians fought the elements er watch as the familiar anxious feeling in the pit of her stomach grew. Jacques had promised to come by before he went to school. He was already ten minutes late. A few more minutes and it meant he wouldn’t come at all. Though he swore he loved her as much as ever, Nicole was feeling increasingly insecure about their relationship-the less freedom she had, the more insecure she.

I would say Anne Frank and Me would be as extremely relevant for any teenager today both in understanding a significant time in history but also in gaining insight into themselves. I was first familiar with Anne Frank and Me the play, which I found to be a very powerful and meaningful piece. Therefore I was eager to see the evolution of this story in its novel form. Although true to the play the characters and story line were developed so skillfully that it became a totally new and gratify narrative experience.

Cherie Bennett and Jeff Gottesfeld are a writing team whose work includes writing for the WB's Smallville series as well as daytime drama. As a team, they also write Dawson's Creek books and a series for teen girls. This will be their second Smallville novel. Jeff Gottesfeld lives in Los Angeles, CA. Библиографические данные.

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About Anne Frank and Me. In one moment Nicole Burns’s life changes forever. Cherie Bennett is the author of Life in the Fat Lane, as well as the series Sunset Island. The sound of gunfire at an Anne Frank exhibit, the panic, the crowd, and Nicole is no longer Nicole. About Jeff Gottesfeld. Jeff Gottesfeld is an acclaimed writer for page, stage, and screen. His work has won awards from the American Library Association. ore about Jeff Gottesfeld. About Cherie Bennett.

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The authors of ANNE FRANK AND ME have accomplished a phenomenal task. Ah, therein lies the tale. They have written a Holocaust novel that is deeply moving without being a depressing read. Like THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK itself, the ultimate message of Bennett & Gottesfeld's book is one of hope. Both books demonstrate that even in the midst of the most horrendous violations of human rights, good people still exist who can make a difference.

After suffering a concussion while on a class trip to a Holocaust exhibit, Nicole Burns finds herself living the life of a Jewish teenager in Paris during the Nazi occupation.
  • Mr_Jeйson
Anne Frank and Me tells the story of a very modern girl, with normal adolescent concerns that seem very important to her: will the boy she loves even notice her, how will she ever put up with her annoying little sister and "does this dress make me look fat". Then after an accident she wakes to find herself in German occupied France in 1942, as a Jewish girl surrounded by hatred and fear. Her concerns quickly change to will they have food to eat, will she see ever see her friends again, will she and her family survive until the Allies arrive.
One of Cheri Bennett's great strengths is her ability to capture the inner world of the modern teenager. Her characters act, talk and think like real adolescents not TV or cartoon versions of them (as a child psychologist I can vouch for this). By telling the story through the eyes of a young teenager, this story of the Holocaust becomes intimately and personally real. Although clearly great efforts were made to ensure the historical accuracy of the events portrayed, this is no boring history lesson; instead it is a compelling narrative. I would say Anne Frank and Me would be as extremely relevant for any teenager today both in understanding a significant time in history but also in gaining insight into themselves.
I was first familiar with Anne Frank and Me the play, which I found to be a very powerful and meaningful piece. Therefore I was eager to see the evolution of this story in its novel form. Although true to the play the characters and story line were developed so skillfully that it became a totally new and gratify narrative experience. I would recommend this book highly for anyone seeking a better understanding of what it would be like to live through the Holocaust and how it has great meaning in their life today.
  • Insanity
This book started slowly, but once I got into it, it took right off. Very interesting spin on the future and the past intermingling, and young people grasping a personal impact of the Holocaust. A good read for adults, also.
  • Jogas
I purchased this book for my son's Freshman summer reading project. He absolutely love it. He hated to put the book down. I highly recommend it.
  • Tyler Is Not Here
i couldnt put this book down .. excellent read!~ .. it shows on a different scale and seen thru different eyes of what it was like to be in that time period .. even tho it was like a time travel journey.. it still is an exciting book ..
  • Jeronashe
Love it
  • Malarad
A hard-hitting and moving story I would recommend for any teens.
  • Usaxma
Das a great book
Okay, I've read this book, and even as I read the summary I'm thinking, 'Wow, this sounds stupid. And what does it have to do with Anne Frank?' However, I must assure you as someone who has read and loved this book, that if you have your doubts, you might be surprised.

Everyone's outlined the plot already: teenage girl named Nicole, not interested in the Holocaust, madly in love with this boy who turns out to like her friend, wakes up and she's in Nazi France, etc...

What I'd like to tell you is why I'm reviewing this book. It moved me almost as much if not as much as reading "The Diary of Anne Frank". Please don't write this off as a book only teenagers or children would enjoy. I will remember one of the ending scenes in this book for years. That's how intense it got at the end.

"You are not responsible, they are responsible."

"Vel d'Hiv girl, I know you!"

"God is watching us Liz-Bette."

"To the people of Paris, to be in hiding is boring. And yet I am always tense. I think about J all the time. Even when he is here he is like a vapor, escaping through the cracks until he in entirely gone again."

"When do we get water for the children?"

"You are a Jewish girl named Nicole Bernhardt. You were born in 1927 in Paris, France, and you still live there. You have a sister who is five years younger. Your parents are Renée and Jean. Your father is a famous doctor. You are a smart girl but you do not like school; you are outgoing, popular, and wonderful dancer, and you can play the piano. The year is now 1942. You are fifteen years old."

These are just several random selections from the book I'm holding in my hands that when I checked out from the library, I thought would be a laughable excuse for a book. I was wrong.

Nicole is a wonderful character because she's normal. You can relate to her. She's in love with a boy who doesn't seem to know she exists, she's a little self-centered, she's not always fascinated by schoolwork, and she has an annoying little sister.

As I was reading through this, I felt like I was Nicole. Like I was Jewish. Like I was a girl from the 20th century stuck in 1942 Nazi France. It's also interesting because there are parallels and things that are different between the life of modern Nicole and 1940s Nicole's life. Ironically, in Nazi France, she is the girlfriend of the boy she is in love with in the real world. She still has the same best friend and pesky little sister though.

This is a wonderful book, weaving a tapestry of literature you are unlikely to forget. And I gurantee that you will cry if you have a heart of any size.