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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
Dianne Miller’s Left, Right is a children’s preschool book about Little Bunny’s adventure out with his father. On this particular journey, they find themselves in a swirl of activities, including painting and dancing. Throughout the thirty-two pages, Little Bunny learns his left from his right. The narrative of this tale is told from a perspective that any young child would be able to very easily understand and learn from. Illustrations within the book are also created by the author, Dianne Miller, and portray happy looking characters with splashes of color to go along with them that will keep children’s eyes drawn to them.
Left, Right by Dianne Miller made me smile as soon as I saw the cover. My own childhood was filled with books with bunnies as the main characters so I’m sure many other readers can also relate to bunny-centric books. It is definitely an important step for young children to be able to learn their left from their right and I feel that this book will educate them in a way that is entertaining and also will bring a smile from the parents as well as the children reading it. I would recommend this book for children’s libraries and individual student classrooms so that everyone is able to enjoy the educational journeys and adventures of Little Bunny. As it can be difficult for young children to distinguish their left from their right, Dianne Miller’s Left, Right is a children’s book that you will want to get RIGHT now.