Her diary recounts how her initial feelings of dislike for the shy and awkward boy changed as she learned more about him, and the two gradually developed a romantic friendship, which (at least on Anne's part) developed into a strong infatuation, which began to cool as she got to know him better; she wrote in her diary about her frustration at his indifference to religious matters and at his tendency to depend on her.
Anne Frank did mature, she matures by her attitude towards her mother, and others and her affection and feelings towards Peter
No Anne Frank and Peter didn't got married as they were under 18 and they were hiding. But of course they loved each other.
Anne Frank-ingstine and Peter Vandaan - Peter Pan!
Anne Frank went out with Peter Van daan
peter admires that he can actually have a conversation with anne.
peter calls anne frank a wierdo?? Anne Frank is called Mrs. Quack Quack because she talks so much.
Anne, her dad, mom, peter, cat, some other people who protected them until they were caught by the nazi Anne frank,otto frank, margret frank and the mother
Peter and Anne liked each other... they would pick on each other. At the end of anne's diary she tells kitty that she liked peter more than a friend.
margot thought he was a cute boy and and anne frank thought he was shy and a dope but later anne developed a romantic relationship for peter
they are not
Anne Frank wasnt aloud to bring her cat to the secret annex but peter did.
Peter Was Annes 'Friend'
peter from anne frank is vans!
Margot envies the friendship of Anne and Peter.
Peter was a boy who moved into the "secret annexe" with Anne Frank.
Anne Frank, Margo Frank, Peter, Dad and Peter's Mum
Anne Frank was hidden with 7 other people, Hermann Van Pels, Auguste Van Pels, Peter Van Pels, Fritz Pfeffer, Margot Frank, Edith Frank, and her beloved father, Otto Frank.
I liked where Anne talked about Peter and their romance.
anne is outgoing and peter isnt
Mr dusselPeter Anne margot
Actually, the first time, Peter kissed Anne. It was on April 15th, 1944.
Peter van Pels