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Reviewed by Katherine Williams for Readers' Favorite
Emoji Adventures Volume 2: Emoji Olympics by PT Evans is the second volume of the Emoji Adventure series, although it can be read separately. Four emoji friends named Billy, Todd, Dot and Annie go through a situation together that allows them to learn that although actions seem harmless, they can end up hurting people in the long run. Todd, Billy’s brother, ends up making the Olympics team and all of his friends seem to be happy for him. All is going well until Annie’s brother, Kevin, pulls a prank on Todd which is recorded for the whole world to see. This leads everyone to think that Todd is a dirty, cheating athlete! Oh no! How will the emojis be able save their friendship and convince everyone that Todd is not a cheater?
PT Evans' Emoji Olympics is laugh out loud funny and stunningly witty for a children’s book. Your 7-11-year-old will be laughing out loud as they watch the emojis' actions unfold. If I were a kid in this day and age, I would have read this book over and over again. I especially loved the part when Kevin’s video went viral because it is something that happens so often these days. Another awesome thing about this book is the cute illustrations seen throughout, which I thought really brought the story to life. There are a lot of great components, but to me the most interesting thing about this book is that it is very much involved in today’s technology while still teaching classic lessons about living a good, honest life. I think kids will enjoy its humor, the interesting plot that complements it, and learn a valuable lesson along the way.