"The Diary of Anne Frank"
has been an important part of the curriculum in North American
classrooms since its initial publication in 1947. The candid diaries
share the young Jewish girl's thoughts and experiences while hiding from
Nazis during their occupation of the Netherlands.
Until now, the memoirs have served as a powerful educational tool,
teaching children about World War II and the Holocaust from the
perspective of a girl their age. But after 60 years, a Michigan mom has
come forward, calling "The Diary of Anne Frank" pornographic.