Reviewed by Bailey H. (age 10)
Of all the books that I have read, and, trust me, I have read a lot of books, none of them have been like Number the Stars. I have never read a book that was set in World War II.
I think that my favorite part of the book was when the soldiers stopped her on the road. I liked that part because it was very suspenseful. I was worried that the soldiers would find what was in the basket. Annemarie was my favorite character because she changed throughout the book. At the beginning of the story she was a fearful little girl. At the end, she got more confident in herself. Number the Stars is not a book that I will ever forget.
Number the Stars is an interesting and descriptive book that is perfect for readers that love books about friendship and loyalty. This is a book that gives the reader a feeling of frustration and anxiousness when they have to put it down. I highly recommend it for readers that love historical fiction.