The Bad Seed
Everyone needs a chance.
The Bad Seed believes he is terrible, and his friends agree. But why would they not? As he engages in unpleasant behavior. He never puts things back in their proper place, lies about trivial matters, skips the line, and does other nasty things. But he wasn’t always this way. He used to be good when he lived with his family. But one day, Bad Seed tries something new.
We picked this book based on a recommendation. The book is an excellent way for children to learn about the possibility of positive transformation regarding a habit, manner, or behavior. Also, the beautiful illustrations and simple text will captivate children of all ages.
In Jory John’s inspiring tale of The Bad Seed, Pete Oswald skillfully conveys the transition from one state of feeling to another.
Originally published: 2017
Author: Jory John
Illustrator: Pete Oswald
Rating basis (of 5.0): Story (5.0), Characters (5.0) Writing Style (4.5), Illustrations (5.0) & Ease (4.5)
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