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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
I Love Trying New Things: Lolli's Happy Heart Rhymes Book 3 by Elena Paige is a delightful book of rhymes that revolves around the characters of Lolli and Liquorice from the Land of Color. Lolli inspires children to be more creative and imaginative, and she shares with them what she loves the most. All the poems in the book are encouraging and uplifting and they inspire kids to find happiness, deeper meaning, and solve life’s problems. The author’s words will also guide children to make their lives more positive.
The fun-filled rhymes are entertaining and the beautiful illustrations that go with each poem bring out the concepts clearly, helping kids to connect with the words. It’s a good bedtime storybook and can also be used for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries. It’s a good way of teaching kids to look for positive things amid all the negativity surrounding them. The book not only teaches kids to be positive, but also helps to build their confidence, character, and language development. The different things children enjoy like sharing, feeling happy, and other emotions are relatable to readers.
Children can understand concepts, messages, and thoughts easily when narrated with the help of stories, rhymes, and illustrations. This book is a must-have in one’s personal collection as it will encourage kids to look at the good things in life and also turn negatives into positives.