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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Felicita, a sweet little turtle, lived in Rome, a beautiful city in Italy. She was well educated and enjoyed literature. She dreamed of being a successful and well-known writer, and she actually achieved her goal. Felicita believed in kindness and honesty. She sometimes wished she could do things faster but her speed was limited because she was a turtle. Francesco the bunny lived in Napoli. He was extroverted, loud, and fast, and was just the opposite of Felicita. He had no kindness, respect, or love in him but he had one thing in common with Felicita. He was also an author. Unlike Felicita, he was an unhappy bunny. He often stole ideas from other writers and he was both a liar and a cheat. He had to learn his lesson the hard way. A writing contest was held by a prestigious publishing company and it was a good platform for authors like Felicita and Francesco to showcase their talent. Let's read the story to learn who won the contest.
Bunny and Turtle by Lily Amis and Sima Amis demonstrates the concept of the timeless story of the Rabbit and the Tortoise through the story of Francesco and Felicita. It is a story about bullying, honesty, self-acceptance, honesty, integrity, self-doubt, kindness, and self-respect and these messages will encourage young readers to lead their lives in a positive way with good values and ethics. The book is educational and both Felicita and Francesco have been portrayed well by the author. The story will make readers look at themselves and see where changes need to be made so that they can create something unique instead of being a fake. So do you want to become a fake, lazy bunny or a hardworking, original turtle? The choice is yours to make...