Welcome to the Learn Zone!
Here you will find resources and links to further explore the subjects of Anne Frank and her diary, the Holocaust, citizenship and human rights.
Anne is a shining example for aspiring writers today. Her diary provides a living testimony about her times. It shows the impact of prejudice and hatred on individual lives – a lesson that we can continue to use today. Her thought-provoking story provides valuable insight into History, English, PSHE and Citizenship.
ANNE FRANK QUIZ
Suitable for age 10 and above.
THE LIFE OF ANNE FRANK
ANNE FRANK’S LIFE AND DIARY
OVERCOMING PREJUDICE AND HATRED
OTHER ANNE FRANK ORGANISATIONS AROUND THE WORLD
ANNE FRANK SHOP
The Anne Frank Trust Shop has a varied selection of books on Anne Frank as well as survivors’ stories and other Holocaust related literature and resources. We have books suitable for all ages and understanding.
For a copy of our mail order list, please email us or call: 020 7284 5858.
ANNE FRANK LIBRARY
The Anne Frank Trust Library in Kentish Town, London, specialises in books and resources about Anne Frank, the Holocaust and the wider topics of prejudice, discrimination and social responsibility. The library includes a first edition of Anne’s published diary and a unique edition in Braille, both available for reference.
For more information on visiting the library or borrowing resources,
please email us or call: 020 7284 5858.
Watch a short film about the work of the Trust
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