Review by Nerea -- What's Your Favorite Color?

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Review by Nerea -- What's Your Favorite Color?

Post by Nerea » 15 Jul 2019, 01:03

[Following is a volunteer review of "What's Your Favorite Color?" by Amber L Lassiter.]
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The classroom is neatly organized, windows embroidered with colorful curtains, and the sound of the wind whistles and echo throughout the classroom. Amber is excited about the day. What’s the occasion? Amber, together with her classmates, is to engage in the art of painting. Unfortunately, Amber forgot to bring her watercolors. So she decides to borrow from her classmates without revealing her favorite color. What trick does she use so as not to reveal her favorite color?

What’s Your Favorite Color? by Amber L Lassiter is a well-elaborated narrative that will interest children between ages 4 and 8 years. Parents can also find the book useful for educating their children. Additionally, the story is written in the first-person point of view. The language used can be easily understood by the targeted readers. Moreover, the artworks are glamorous and colorful, and they reflect well on the theme of the story. Reading the book is like lifting an empty box for the fact that the contents are lightly penned. There are questions incorporated in the book that I find helpful in the sense that it encourages the reader to be open-minded and reasonable.

I love the clear illustration of beautiful artworks featured in the book that ties in fairly with the narrative. This helps the reader to have a clear picture of the scenes or events. As I mentioned earlier, the language used is clear and easy-to-understand, which I find beneficial for the targeted readers because they’ll be in a position to draw key objectives from the narrative. Furthermore, I didn’t encounter any grammatical errors. The character interaction is quite appealing. Ultimately, the plot development is exceptional.

I enjoyed reading the book and I didn’t find anything to dislike whatsoever.

The story teaches readers about being secretive and generous.

With all that said, I award the book a 4 out of 4 stars. It’s exceptionally edited, less tedious, and has valuable moral lessons.

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Post by esp1975 » 16 Jul 2019, 12:22

I am always looking for books for my friends' children. This sounds like one I might want to pick up. Thanks!

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Post by Nerea » 16 Jul 2019, 13:10

esp1975 wrote:
16 Jul 2019, 12:22
I am always looking for books for my friends' children. This sounds like one I might want to pick up. Thanks!
Thank you for commenting. I hope they enjoy reading the book.
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Post by unamilagra » 16 Jul 2019, 22:26

Sounds like this book has a couple of good themes for kids of that age group to focus on. Great review!

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Post by Nerea » 16 Jul 2019, 23:58

unamilagra wrote:
16 Jul 2019, 22:26
Sounds like this book has a couple of good themes for kids of that age group to focus on. Great review!
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Post by rumik » 22 Jul 2019, 06:03

Sounds like this is a lovely book for young children. Thanks for the great review!

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Post by Nerea » 22 Jul 2019, 23:27

rumik wrote:
22 Jul 2019, 06:03
Sounds like this is a lovely book for young children. Thanks for the great review!
Yes it is. Thank you for commenting.
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Post by Smrithy » 25 Jul 2019, 09:11

Children's literature is one among my personal favourites. Thanks for the review. Looking forward for the book.
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Post by Nerea » 25 Jul 2019, 12:59

Smrithy wrote:
25 Jul 2019, 09:11
Children's literature is one among my personal favourites. Thanks for the review. Looking forward for the book.
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Post by Magnify3 » 25 Jul 2019, 17:31

What a lovely book. I was busy trying to figure out my favourite colour. I like the mention that the book teaches to be secretive and generous.Thank you for the review.

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Post by Charlie19 » 25 Jul 2019, 21:34

Sounds healthy for the kids..Lovely work.

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Post by Nerea » 25 Jul 2019, 23:48

Magnify3 wrote:
25 Jul 2019, 17:31
What a lovely book. I was busy trying to figure out my favourite colour. I like the mention that the book teaches to be secretive and generous.Thank you for the review.
I appreciate your kind words. Thank you for stopping by.
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Post by Nerea » 25 Jul 2019, 23:49

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Charlie19 wrote:
25 Jul 2019, 21:34
Sounds healthy for the kids..Lovely work.
Thanks.
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Post by Shrabastee » 30 Jul 2019, 06:53

I thought something was missing in your review, then I realised I was looking for the rest of the story! This review is so compelling that it actually made me intrigued to find out more about the book. Sounds like a perfect story for children, funny yet educational. Thanks for the lovely review!

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Post by Nerea » 05 Aug 2019, 14:30

Shrabastee wrote:
30 Jul 2019, 06:53
I thought something was missing in your review, then I realised I was looking for the rest of the story! This review is so compelling that it actually made me intrigued to find out more about the book. Sounds like a perfect story for children, funny yet educational. Thanks for the lovely review!
I'm glad you found the review compelling. I hope you enjoy reading the book. Thank you for stopping by.
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