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WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1942 

  • Anne is getting to know Hello a bit better.
  • Hello lives with his grandparents and has a girlfriend named Ursula (who he thinks is really boring). He clearly likes Anne more than Ursula.
  • Hello talks with Anne and says that his grandparents don’t want him seeing her anymore because she is so young. They also like Ursula. He’s planning to see Anne secretly while his grandparents think he’s at a wood-carving class.
  • Hello visits Anne and takes her for a walk. Pim (that’s Anne’s name for her dad) is angry when Hello returns her at ten minutes after eight because it is illegal for Jews to be out after 8 p.m.
  • While Anne is out walking with Hello, she sees the love of her life, Peter Schiff, who actually says "hello" to her.
  • Hello admits to one of Anne’s friends that he likes Anne better than Ursula. But that’s a secret.
  • Anne’s sure Hello is in love with her, although Anne doesn’t love him back.
  • Anne’s mom wants to know who she’ll marry, but Anne won’t tell her mom that she’s planning on marrying Peter Schiff.

SUNDAY, JULY 5, 1942 

  • Anne graduates to the next grade level in school. She turns out to be a pretty average student—she’s got mostly Bs as well as a smattering of C’s and D’s.
  • Margot, on the other hand, does really well on her report card.
  • Anne’s dad tells her that they may go into hiding soon. This is the first time Anne has heard about it, but he reminds her that they have been sending furniture into safekeeping for a year. He says they need to go into hiding or else be hauled off by the Germans.

WEDNESDAY JULY 8, 1942 

  • Anne describes the events that have transpired since her conversation with her father.
  • As if her father was clairvoyant, that very afternoon a member of their family receives "the call-up" from the SS, meaning deportation to a concentration camp is imminent.
  • Mrs. Frank goes to talk with the van Daans, who are going into hiding with the Franks.
  • Anne and Margot stay in the house, not answering the doorbell, and waiting for their dad to get home.
  • Margot tells Anne that the call up was for her (Margot) and not for their dad. They start packing their things.
  • That night, the family sends clothes and books with Miep and Jan Gies to bring to the secret hiding spot.
  • Since it’s dangerous for Jews to be seen with suitcases, the next day they dress in three layers of clothing before heading out. Margot goes first with Miep in the early morning, and Anne with her parents following later in the day.

THURSDAY JULY 9, 1942 

  • Anne recounts the walk to the hiding place. Her dad says that they were planning on going into hiding on July 16th but had to leave early because of Margot’s call-up. They’ll be hiding in her dad’s office building.
  • Anne describes the office building and the hiding space. She even makes a floor plan of the place, which you should definitely check out in your book.

FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1942 

  • Anne describes their arrival at the "Secret Annex." Their rooms are crammed full of boxes and all of their stuff.
  • While Margot and Mrs. Frank rest, Anne and her dad clean the place up and improve the blackout curtains so nobody knows they are there at night.

SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1942 

  • Nobody but Anne loves the sound of the Westertoren clock, which signals every quarter of an hour. To Anne, it feels like a faithful friend.
  • Anne thinks they have the most comfortable hiding place in all of Holland.
  • However, she is always terrified that the neighbors might hear them and discover them. Margot has a cold but isn’t even allowed to cough.
  • Anne describes the silence of the hiding place as oppressive, especially at night. She can’t wait until the van Daans arrive so that the place isn’t so lonely.

SUNDAY, JULY 12, 1942 

  • Anne’s having a hard time being alone with her family. They’re always picking on her (and not on Margot).
  • The family thinks it’s so nice to have the four of them all together, but Anne doesn’t agree; she thinks she doesn’t fit in with them.
  • Anne also misses her cat badly (they had to leave the cat behind), and cries whenever she hears her cat’s name.
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