I loved the use of Ana Rosa's poetry to introduce each chapter. This book, at first, appears to be a very young book in maturity but as you continue reading, the book and content matures just as the main character does. The imagery is wonderful and really allows the reader to imagine the situation with pristine clarity.
Although this book is obviously created by a great author (great descriptions of situations), the plot is strange. But the way the author puts you in the same kind of situation 9 and 10 year old boys are in and explains the emotions so in depth that you feel the same, you can't help but enjoy the content even if the story is pretty unique.
A good book to show how perspective and lack of further research can change your opinion on something and how many people "seeing" the same thing can "see" something different. The illustrations are also very unique and keeps your attention.