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Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite
"Gallery Eleven Twenty-Two" was written by Tiffany M. Brown and illustrated by Wendy Sefcik. The layout and design of this book is spectacular. It offers a vibrant array of colors with very creative drawings to match the story. Although written for children, the plot allows for this book to be applied to all ages, to learn from and enjoy. It is a story that offers the importance of self perseverance and the willingness to conquer a fear. The story helps the reader understand the importance of giving to those in need.
When you are young it is instilled in you that if you can dream something, you will achieve it. For many, this does not happen, but it is not for lack of opportunity, it is because of a fear. Within the story a young girl has an idea to help others and make the world a better place and almost doesn't state the dream to her peers/educators because of her own fear of public speaking. After realizing she had nothing to fear and that her idea was too great not to share, she presented it and went on to achieve a great success. The message within the story is one that teachers, educators, parents and guardians alike can use as a learning resource and source of life lessons. Children are filled with kindness and joy and an incredible willingness to give to others as portrayed within the characters in this book. They at times just need a little push to put those qualities to good use. This book is an inspiration for all ages. Never give up on an idea for that idea might someday become something great.