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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
Sometimes you may feel that your efforts are not enough to achieve your objective. Conversely, you can become overconfident. What is certain is that we do not always get the anticipated result. That is why we must never give up and we must have the right attitude regardless of the outcome. Children can learn that lesson in Don't Ever Give Up (Mrs. Christian's Daycare). Tiffiney Rogers- McDaniel uses an example from Ecclesiastes 9:11 'The race is not given to the swift or the strong, but to those who endure to the end.' The story involves an annual competition 'The Great Race', with a group of children who will compete to win a trophy and learn a great lesson in the process.
Don't Ever Give Up (Mrs. Christian's Daycare) has a very friendly tone, where friendship and mutual respect are appreciated. All the characters are charming and have a wonderful attitude. They are also good examples to follow. The theme of the race is entertaining because it explains the qualities of the characters before the competition. It also teaches that despite adversity or no matter how difficult things seem, if we do our best we will be satisfied with the result. This will happen if we are honest with ourselves. Tiffiney Rogers-McDaniel explains that it is necessary to strive to meet our goals, and with practice and dedication, we can overcome any obstacle. In the end, your results could motivate others.