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Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen (Teen Reviewer) for Readers' Favorite
Let's LOVE One Another by Patrice Lee is a rhyming children's book that teaches about love. It's about how everyone is made unique and we're all great, no matter what our differences are. It explains how we are all different colours. It also explains how we all have the ability to love unconditionally and we should use the ability, and that we should love everyone, no matter what they look like, as we are all created equally. It introduces people of all colours, and shows how great the world would be if we all came together.
Let's LOVE One Another by Patrice Lee is beautifully written. The book has a fun sort of rhythm, and the rhyming is very well done. I liked how the book was diverse. The book had people of all colours, all body types, and different abilities. The illustrations by Francesco Paolo Ardizzone are very well drawn and show the idea of uniqueness very well, but also show that we are part of a family, of a community, too. I liked how, at the end, the book had a few pages to help children understand more about where they're from and who they are. The author clearly cares very much about loving one another, as she writes passionately and is very knowledgeable on this topic. I would definitely recommend this book to young children to help them understand love, and that we are all created equal and that appearance doesn't matter.