5th Grade Review Club Presents: BREADCRUMBS by Anne Ursu

7 02 2014

BreadcrumbsReviewed by Esmé

This book by Anne Ursu was definitely a must-read. It was a great book. BREADCRUMBS had everything that a reader would want in a book, humor, images, descriptive writing and much more. Like the other book I reviewed, there were many different adventures that led up to a conclusion. Anne wrote it so well that you feel like you are in the book. It takes place in a small town with a nice school. The main characters in this book are a girl named Hazel and a boy named Jack. Something very mysterious has happened…and will Hazel try to figure it out? Will Hazel regret all she has done? Hazel is a brave, kind, caring girl who cares for people. Jack is a boy who is nice at first and then something happens, Jack forgets all and doesn’t even remember his best friend, Hazel.

In a way this book reminded me of the classic book The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. Hazel goes through a place that she doesn’t know of and is trying to find someone, she pretends that her name is Rosy, a daughter of a couple that live in a very, very, very small town, until she finds out that they’re bad.

Readers who enjoy adventure must read this book!

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