A growing heart!
A scarecrow stands in the middle of a deserted land. Looking at him, no one enters the field, and as days pass, the scarecrow feels lonely. And when winter comes, the scarecrow grows even more anxious, longing for a friend. One day, scarecrow did something unheard of... what is it?
We picked this book for its cover. The story explores the irony of life and emphasizes the importance of having a bigger heart. It also highlights how acts of kindness can have positive consequences. Some young children may find it challenging to understand the story. Still, it truly tells a beautiful story with a powerful message that resonates with readers of all ages. The illustrations are crucial in conveying the story's impact to the reader.
The Scarecrow by Beth Ferry, illustrated by Eric Fan & Terry Fan, is a must-read book that combines gorgeous illustrations with a captivating story and a hard-hitting kindness lesson.
Originally published: 2019
Author: Beth Ferry
Illustrations: Eric Fan & Terry Fan
Rating basis (of 5.0): Story (5.0), Characters (5.0), Writing Style (5.0), Illustrations (5.0), Cover (5.0) & Ease (5.0)
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