Reviewed by Lizbeth M. (age 9)
I loved this book because there was a lot of action. Annemarie and her family are brave. Kirsti is hilarious and feisty. Kirsti reminded me of myself because I ask too many questions in the middle of the stories, too. Annemarie changed because she realized how badly the Nazis treated the Jewish people. It made me feel scared and nervous about what was going to happen to the characters. I wondered if they were going to die, but if you want to know you have to read the book.
I recommend this book to fourth graders and up. I donít think 3rd graders or lower should read this book because they may not understand it. There are still people that lived during that time, and they should read the book, too. I think you should read this book because it makes you feel nervous and incredibly scared during some parts. It makes you feel like if you have gone back in time.