This review of Little Lost Nun comes from Anna-Maria. She is 10 years old, and she lives in Oxford, England. Here she is reading the book with her dog, Dodger.
Little Lost Nun is a book about feelings, actions and prayers. You can see how what the characters do relates to their feelings, and relates to what their personal experiences were and are in life.
It makes me think more about my actions and forgiving people who have done something wrong.
It makes me think about how prayers can be answered. God hears them but you can’t always tell that they are being answered.
The story is misty. You don’t know what’s going to happen next. At the same time the story is bold. All the characters are different from each other and I can imagine them very clearly.
It’s a really good book. I like it. At the end I turned the page to see if there was more. I was hoping there was.