Our Superstars of November 2022
Updated: Feb 7
We loved these books and will repeat reading them every often.
Best Book - Overall
# 1 Hope's Broken Snow Globe
The storyline talks about a young girl’s simple wish after her parents go through a divorce recently. In addition, the classically styled illustrations are calming for a heavy subject. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
Hope’s Broken Snow Globe is a brilliantly illustrated book about a child’s Christmas wish from her newly separated parents.
# 2 What Is a Refugee?
The book explains, in simple terms, who is a refugee, why someone becomes one, where they go, and what they expect? The illustrations are simple yet powerfully capture the essence of this delicate subject. ‘Refugee kids speak’, and ‘Famous refugees’ is a perfect end to the book. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
What Is a Refugee? is an easy-to-grasp book for young children to understand the idea of refugees and help them empathize with their fellow human beings.
# 3 Sadsquatch
The story conveys the idea of how to manage one’s emotions without brooding over those minor setbacks. The illustrations are colorful and well-made and support the story well. In addition, the rhyming text makes it perfect for a read-a-loud session. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
Sadsquatch is a beautifully illustrated story of Sadsquatch and how he turns around a not-so-good day.
Best Book - Illustration
# 1 Dogs Don’t Eat Apples
This board book is meant for babies and has text aptly suits that age group. It also includes simple components that work for babies. The illustrations are whimsical and work great with the storyline. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
Dogs Don’t Eat Apples is a beautifully illustrated book with many elements that appeal to young babies for a read-a-loud session.
# 2 The Hat
The story is simple and easy to read for young children. It encourages children to follow their dreams with confidence and perseverance. The illustrations capture well the yesteryear cityscape and the mood of the characters. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
The Hat is a brilliantly illustrated story of a little mouse’s determination to overcome obstacles and follow his dreams.
# 3 One Grillie
This book narrates the journey of self-discovery from the point of view of a young cheesy sandwich. It subtly encourages children to follow their own path and be whoever they want. Check our full review by clicking on the book icon.
One Grillie, filled with brilliant illustrations and powerful messages, is a fantastic read.
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