Looking forward to reading the rest of the story
This was a wonderful first impression too from multiple points of view. It seems like it will be a different story to the other World War II stories I have read and I love when that happens. Sometimes, I get worn out on a topic and the stories start to all sound familiar. However, I don't recall reading a story about a young girl sent to America to keep her safe from the war or what would happen after the war when she can return. I am really interested in learning more about her time in America and after, as well as her parents and her caretakers as the story is told from multiple perspectives. I also liked that the book had the years printed at the bottom of the pages so there was no confusion as to when you were in the story.