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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Amelia had a polar bear best friend named Paco. The duo loved sweets and always dreamed of beautiful adventures. One fateful day, they ran out of their tasty marshmallows with only one piece left. The friends brainstormed on how to get more marshmallows, and an idea struck. The previous week, Amelia learned how to grow apple trees at school, and it was time to replicate the lessons. They planted a piece of marshmallow and went through all the steps Amelia knew. Amelia and Paco waited for a while, but there were no sprouts. The friends then watered and fed the soil to no avail until Amelia employed a last resort. What did Amelia do, and did her marshmallow tree grow? Read How To Grow A Marshmallow Tree written by Stefanie Gamarra and illustrated by Mark Bertran for details.
How To Grow A Marshmallow Tree by Stefanie Gamarra is a fun and educative book for toddlers. This picture book has many nuggets that will help children shape their outlook on life. The book taught kindness and selflessness as Paco handed Amelia the last piece of marshmallow. Amelia also refused to eat it but tried multiplying it so there would be enough for them. The picture book will help children learn determination and a never-give-up attitude. Amelia stuck to her conviction, explored all parameters, and succeeded. Little ones will also understand the love, patience, attention, and care spent planting crops. Teachers and parents can read this storybook before practical planting lessons for kids. I loved the simple English, appealing pictures, and conciseness.