Reviewed by Ashley N. (age 10)
The characters that I found in this book were very interesting and those characters were Luke and Sam. I found Luke interesting because he wasn't afraid to stand up to his best friends and say what he really thinks even if they don't agree with him. And Luke wasn't afraid to look to other people that he usually wouldn't look to for help. Sam I found interesting because he would think more of himself and leave others out. He would not go to others for help and would try to do everything himself. When I read this book it reminded me of other people offering their time to help others in need, because in the book everyone works together and helps each other. There are illustrations in the book and the illustrator decided to do them black and white. They are very good illustrations and they describe the story very well.
I do and I don't recommend this book. I do recommend it because it's one of those books where you never know what's going to happen next and it's very exciting. I don't recommend this book because it is very short and I feel that the shorter the book the less detail and information the book has. I recommend this book to mainly younger children. The book is very interesting because the writer makes everything bad that could happen, happen. But then she makes everything turn out right in the end. The characters fit this book just right because every one of them is unique. This book mainly an early chapter book for younger children, but even older people would enjoy it!