Anne Frank Remembered, by Meip Gies and Alison Leslie Gold. This latest edition had a prologue and epilogue by her and her co-author which were added shortly before her 100th birthday in 2009. It really covered the two editions of the Diary, both the censured version released by her father, and the definitive version which includes all the stuff removed by her father to protect those who were still alive at the time of the first printing. It also has the real names rather than the pseudonyms used by both Anne and Meips in their first printing, with them explained as to who was whom. It also has a very touching portion which was a pair of letters from an American teenager whose teacher had recommended they find "foreign pen-pals", and she picked a young Dutch girl named Annalise (Anne) Frank to write to. She received two letters in return, one from Anne and one from her older sister, but none of her follow-up letters were ever replied to. By then Anne and her family were already in hiding. Highly recommended by myself. Very revealing as to occupation life in Amsterdam and the surrounds.