I think the ending was a little disappointing. I do not like the way the Tuck's found out about Winnie's death where they saw her gravestone. I did like the way Winnie was so comfortable with the family and how the Tuck's bonded with her. I also liked that Winnie made the choice to not drink the water, so that she did not have to go through moving and hiding all of the time like the Tuck's.
I thought this book did a great job in telling the story and the facts of what happened during this disaster, while at the same time keeping the reader very interested. The author was able to paint the picture of what was happening inside the Hindenburg, as well as on the ground.
The author, Lauren Tarshis did a fabulous job describing what was happening to the city in the Great Chicago Fire. As readers, we want to keep reading to see what is going to happen to the main characters. This story includes relationships you want to find out about and heroism.
The authors do a great job entertaining the reader with many funny events in this book. At times the reader feels bad for Hank, but, one has to laugh at the trouble he always seems to find himself in. I definitely recommend this book, especially if the reader needs a laugh.
This is another hilarious book with Hank and the trouble he finds himself in. The authors seem to change things up a bit in the ending of this story. It was nice to see Hank, who has such a hard times with school, come out on top and be a hero of his team.