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Saving Sunnyville

Nature inclusive!

Sunnyville, a picturesque town surrounded by nature, had thrived until its growing population and their needs stripped away its natural beauty. However, tragedy struck when a nearby mountain collapsed, devastating the town's water supply, power, and roads. In the following months, the town faced immense challenges in restoring normalcy. Despite the odds, three determined kids emerged, determined to change the fate of their beloved town. But the question remains: can they succeed in their mission?



We picked this book for its blurb. The growing needs and wants of humans are drastically changing the face of the Earth, often causing irreparable damage. Future generations must proactively prevent further deterioration by developing a deeper understanding and thinking more innovatively. This book tackles this issue in an easily understandable way for children. The bright illustrations seamlessly complement the flow of the storyline.



Saving Sunnyville, written by Katrina Emery and McKenzie Richardson and illustrated by Roseanne Sherman and Kalila J. Fuller, is a captivating story that instills hope and inspires action. The book is designed to help young children develop an understanding and appreciation for nature while encouraging them to live in harmony with the natural world.





Originally published: 2023

Author: Katrina Emery and McKenzie Richardson

Illustrations: Roseanne Sherman and Kalila J. Fuller


Rating basis (of 5.0): Story (5.0), Characters (4.5), Writing Style (4.0), Illustrations (4.0), Cover (4.0) & Ease (4.0)


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