Reviewed by Ashley A. (age 9)
Although this is not a true story I felt as if it was real. I really enjoyed this book because it makes you feel like you are there, it has great details and great descriptions. My favorite part is the end, when Korinna realizes that the Jews who her mother and father are hiding are really like everbody else. I also liked this book because it had a moral. The moral of this book is that freedom is more important than love; after all if there wasn't freedom you wouldn't be free to love who you want. Another thing I like about this book is the characters. Korinna reminds me of myself, because she can change wrong to right and always gets a lesson out of it.
I would recommend this book to girls who like drama and adventure. I also think this book would interest you if you have or had a strong relationship with a friend. I wouldn't recommend this book to kids under six because they might not understand it.