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Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite
Adam and Ava Trade Places by Betty Collier is part of the Adam and Ava Books series. Ava and Adam are 6-year-old twins, always looking for adventure and fun, but when Ava decides she and Adam should swap places to trick people, something is bound to go wrong. After all, Ava's a girl, and Adam's a boy – how can it possibly work? Thinking their plan had worked, they headed off to school, each taking the other's classes. Then, they learn what happens by pretending to be someone they are not. Join in the fun as Ava and Adam learn a valuable lesson.
Adam and Ava Trade Places by Betty Collier is a wonderfully illustrated children's story about two youngsters who trade places with one another. They soon learned what happens when you make a bad decision and decided they had made a mistake. This story is full of valuable lessons for children and adults, too. It teaches them that honesty and morals are all-important in life, and to always be who they are and not try to be someone else. The story highlights that no matter how hard kids try to be something else, their parents always know who they really are. It's also about children discovering their true selves and what lies within them. The illustrations bring this well-written story to life, and kids everywhere will love it. This is one book that should be available in libraries, schools, and on kids' bookshelves to be read over and again.