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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Adventures of My Brother's Keeper: Let Our Ball Go by Wendy Marie Withers is the delightful story of two brothers, Samuel-Hakeem and William. Both of them do everything together and Samuel, being a year older, likes to teach William new things. One day while playing, they realize their red ball has rolled behind Simba's doghouse. Though Simba is a well-trained Labrador, the boys are still scared of him. Their father puts them to bed daily by reading Bible bedtime stories aloud and he tells them that they can find the answer to their fear through the story he is going to read them that night. The kids get an answer through the story but will they also get their ball back from Simba?
I found the story has a beautiful concept and message for kids. The book tells young readers how to overcome fear and handle problems in life easily. The bedtime story of Aaron and Moses teaches them to overcome their fear and get the ball back from Simba. The story comes alive with the beautiful illustrations and readers can relate well to the characters, the parents of Samuel and William, and Simba the cute little dog through these pictures. The book is perfect as a bedtime storybook, and grandparents and parents can add them to their personal collection to read out to their grand-kids and kids. It is also good for read aloud sessions in classrooms and libraries. Children will relate well to the story of Samuel and William.