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Out of a Jar

Let it flow!

Little Bunny Llewellyn liked scary books, jokes, and frightening things, but he didn't like being scared. He tried everything to avoid the feeling of fear, but it was unavoidable. Finally, Llewellyn had a revelation one day. And placed his fear in a jar and locked it away. After that, he felt at ease because he was no longer afraid. But then, Llewellyn didn't like to feel sad, happy, or excited. He hated every kind of feeling. So, what is Llewellyn going to do?



We picked this book for its title. How can toddlers learn to deal with their emotions, an issue that most adults struggle with? Through the story of an adorable bunny, the author has handled it simply and wonderfully. In addition, the illustrations are distinctive and entertaining.



Deborah Marcero's story of Llewellyn in Out of a Jar shows a good way for young children to understand, learn, and deal with various emotions.





Originally published: 2022

Author: Deborah Marcero

Illustrator: Deborah Marcero


Rating basis (of 5.0): Story (5.0), Characters (5.0), Writing Style (5.0), Illustrations (4.5), Cover (5.0) & Ease (5.0)

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