Number the Stars is an amazing book. Annemarie when through a lot still being young kid. I felt bad for her friend Ellen, she had bad stuff happen to her but she is finally free.
Number the Stars
By Lois Lowry
|Interest Level||Reading Level||Reading A-Z||ATOS||Word Count|
|Grades 4 - 8||Grades 3 - 5||U||4.5||27197|
Book Reviews (392)
This book is really good I read it in 5th grade.
i read this book at my class once and this book is amazing i suggest u to read it.
I read this book bck in 5th grade bruh best book ever
Omg the teacher read this book before
I read this book and it is a really good book. It is about World War 2 and how it is important about friendships.💕
THIS is a good storie it is about FRIENDSHIP mostly WORLD WAR 2 but i like learning about it
I read this book in my class, and I was sure that I wouldn't like it. THIS BOOK IS NOT WHAT YOU EXPECT. It is the most heart-touching book that I can think of.
From the second I saw this book, I knew I didn’t want to read it. I left it alone for many weeks, and forgot about it. When my mom found out I didn’t read it, she persuaded me to read a chapter or two to see how I liked it. I reluctantly picked up the book, and read a few chapters. I became addicted quickly. This wonderful story about how Annemarie and her family protect a Jew is heartbreaking, happy, and sometimes sad.
This book was one of the best Holocaust books I have ever read. It was very entertaining and a little scary at times but it was still great. Annemarie's little Kristi was my favorite character. she was brave and independent against the soldiers. I would eventually want to recommend this to my friends and I believe that they would love it as well.