This story is about two cousins, Beth and Patrick, who go back in time through the Imagination Station to Holland. It is World War II, and they had to take a Jewish baby to Corrie Ten Boom and her family. The Ten Booms would hide the baby and its mother.
Beth and Patrick pedalled bicycles to get there. The baby was in the basket on Beth’s bicycle. On the way, two soldiers on motorbikes tried to arrest them.
The book was like an adventure. I felt like I was Beth through a couple of chapters. You don’t want to miss it! I liked learning about the war and what it was like for Jewish people. I’m glad that there were some people that could help them. I liked reading about Corrie Ten Boom and how she helped people. I liked that there was a real person in the book.
Rated G: It’s appropriate for all ages.
Review copy provided by the publisher. Thank you!