Reviewed by Ashanee M. (age 11)
I thought this book was interesting because it is about a girl beginning to evolve into a young woman. Nancy was a character that I found rude because she was mean to people she thought were different. Margaret, the main character, changed from a child to a mature young woman. This book is a unique and special book because it gives you a second look at childhood before leaving it. This book was such a great book, I felt like never putting it down!
I would recomend this book to girls in fifth grade and older. This book has great details and has interesting parts in the story.