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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite
I Scream, You Scream: We All Learn About Ice Cream by Markeeter E Knox, Trinity Z Ellison, and Dedrick L Moone is an educational picture book for young children. A young girl named Trinity wonders why she looks different from her mom and questions her. Instead of explaining on the spot, her mom comes up with a better way to answer her daughter. Trinity and her mom head to the ice cream shop and her mom orders one of every flavor. They sit down and her mom asks Trinity a question: "Can you tell me what the difference is between the ice creams?" This makes Trinity think long and hard until finally, she has an answer. What do you think Trinity learned at that moment?
I Scream, You Scream is a beautifully written book by the talented authors Markeeter E Knox, Trinity Z Ellison, and Dedrick L Moone. Together they have created the perfect book for children who are questioning why they look different from others. I loved how the authors chose to answer this difficult question that parents and teachers must get asked regularly. For those who struggle to explain it, they now have a book that will help or even do it for them. The story reads smoothly and the illustrations by Arsalan are adorable and colorful. I recommend this book to anyone with children, whether they are experiencing these insecurities or not because they will still learn the importance of the topic. Congrats to the authors, keep up the great work.