Reviewed by JG2 (age 11)
In the beginning I did not want to read the book. Because I thought it was going to be boring. But once my teacher said it was one of his favorite books I thought I would just give it a try. But then once I was done I ended up loving this book because even though the tailorís youngest son inset into being a tailor and he doesnít want to fallow in his fatherís footsteps. His father will help him along the way through his great adventures!
The most unique thing that I found was that the boys had to make the dress for the archdukeís wife them selfís for their father can see if his boys are well in of to be a tailor. But the tow older boys wanted to be a tailor and work along their fatherís side. The youngest son wanted to travel to places heíd never been before.
Last but not least I would want to recommend this book to kids in 4th and 5th graders, because I think if I recommend this book to 4th & 5th graders they would understand it better. And they would actually get in the book and might have self to text or text to text in the book. I think you 4th or 5th grader wouldnít read it because it looks boring but really it isnít. What Iím trying to say is, DONíT JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER.