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Reviewed by Marie-Hélène Fasquel for Readers' Favorite
Cosmo Faces the Forest of Fear by Amulya Veldanda Vadali is an adorable picture book for children aged 5 to 10 years old. However, it can be read at any age, it is so beautifully illustrated by Seriussrin. Gorgeous colors, drawings, bright and lovely landscapes. It is a short but delightful story in which the pictures enhance the main themes, ranging from heroic deeds to family life, friendship, courage, fear, love, and so much more...
Cosmo Faces the Forest of Fear by Amulya Veldanda Vadali is a wonderful opus (and we dearly hope this is only the first part of a long series) that will move kids and parents, teachers, and carers. It is beautifully written, it even rhymes, making it perfect for being read aloud to younger children it is indeed incredibly poetic. It is the story of a puppy who is adopted by a family of four. It is hard at first, as Cosmo is a young and silly puppy who keeps peeing in the family’s home, destroying things, but the family is patient. When he is one, they all go on vacation in the grand forest mountains up in the north. Nice, but extremely dangerous, as you will understand when you read this great story.
Cosmo shows us how being clever and courageous is a perfect combination to defeat the strong and terrible feline who threatened his family and himself. I particularly enjoyed the activity and questions. How lovely to provide extra activities once the book has been read. A must-read.