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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite
Inner Pixel: We Are All The Same Inside by Brian D Wilson is an educational picture book for children. Peter Pixel and his friends live inside a screen. One day, Peter decides to make an image with pixels just like him, but it doesn't go as Peter planned. Because Peter and his fellow pixels were all the same color - black - nothing could be seen. Peter thinks long and hard and is visited by some other pixels of different colors. Peter asks them for their help, and they all work together to create the image. Will the pixels succeed? And what can be learned from the situation Peter was in? Find out in this book.
Inner Pixel is an enjoyable book. From start to finish, the author delights the reader with the use of rhyme and it helps the story flow nicely. As well as being entertaining, this book is also educational. It teaches children to be accepting of others no matter their differences, and also how working in a team, rather than on your own, can prove to be more useful in most situations. The illustrations are unique and creative and children are going to love them! There is so much more to be learned from this incredible book and I feel it will be a huge success with young readers. I hope Brian D Wilson has more intriguing stories up his sleeve and that I get the chance to read them. Good luck in your creative future and keep writing!