Anne Frank and the Remembering Tree by Sandy Eisenberg Sasso and Erika Steiskal
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 anymore. But the tiny attic window of the narrow brick house behind Otto Frank’s business offices 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 Annex…
A story of Anne Frank, who loved a tree and the tree who promised never to forget her.
This book is co-published with the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, chosen by the Anne Frank Center as the first U.S. recipient of a sapling from the tree outside of the Secret Annex window (the tree is the narrator in the book).