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Reviewed by Samantha Gregory for Readers' Favorite
Kitten and Butterfly by Aviva Gittle tells the tale of a Kitten and a Butterfly who become friends, despite not being able to do the same things. Butterfly wants Kitten to fly with him, but Kitten explains that he doesn't have any wings. Kitten wants the Butterfly to chase his tail, but Butterfly does not have a tail. The two friends do not give up though and soon devise a game they can both play; Kitten chases a ball of yarn while Butterfly tries to land on it. Will they become firm friends because they managed to find a common interest that they both enjoyed?
Aviva Gittle tells a charming tale that kids will love. The two characters are easily recognisable and both are creatures that kids love. The story is simple and fun to read. The illustrations by Tekla Huszár are beautiful, colourful and eye catching. Kids will love looking at them. The tale comes with a moral; you do not have to have loads in common with others in order to make friends. I think this is important for young kids, because it encourages them to recognise that being different doesn't mean you can't be friends and that you can find new interests to share together. The addition of colouring pages at the back will make it very popular and gives kids the chance to enjoy the book more by colouring in their favourite pages in their own way. I imagine this would be a bedtime favourite.