The Diary of a Young Girl in "The Eighth-Grade History Class Visits the Hebrew Home for the Aging"
Anne Berkowitz (née Frank), was a survivor of the Holocaust. She was saved from the genocide through the help of Dutch friends who hid her and her family, along with others, in the Secret Annexe. During her time of refuge, she wrote a diary detailing her experiences.
A student named Vicki from a Junipero Middle School class, who were visiting an elderly Berkowitz, asked her what she had done with the diary. She revealed that she had thrown the book away because it reminded her too much of her bad experiences during the war.