Reviewed by Eustace S. (age 9)
From my point of view this book was excellent! My favorite part was when Max and Zena went on to a farm and realized the people there were resistance fighters!
I liked this part because Max and Zena were safe. I strongly believe the farmer was interesting. I think this because he was not a Jewish and he treat Jews so kindly. He pretended to be close friends with one of the Naziís big chief. I also like the farmer because when the Naziís inspected his barn he told them the Jews were in the field! Throughout this amazing book I had a couple of feelings. Most of the time I was scared. I was also worried and happy.
I think kids ages 8 to 10 would like this book. I also think kids who can handle being scared would like this book too. This book has 90 pages . At the end, there is a couple of pages about the Nazi Invasion