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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Meet Little Star, the newest baby star in the story Little Star by Deborah Solberg. He was born to Father Sun and Mother Moon. Little Star was in awe when he looked down on Earth. There were so many humans in different colors and shapes everywhere. He was happy being high up in the sky. One day Little Star saw a terrible thing from the sky. In a playground sandbox, a little girl called Debbie was crying. The children were yelling at her and the sandcastles in her sandbox were broken. Little Star wanted to help her but his mother told him that this is what happens on Earth all the time and this is why they were on Earth because they have to learn how to get along. Little Star was still upset and his parents decided to tell him why they were stars. What did Little Star do to help Debbie find her light of happiness?
This is a wonderful story filled with whimsy and magic and will introduce children to the Milky Way in a beautiful way. Children will learn about the Milky Way, Orion, the North Star, and more in a very interesting way. The illustrations brighten up the story and bring the characters to life. This story of happiness and transformation is a good one for all children. It is a lovely bedtime storytelling book and tutors can use it in classrooms to teach children about the Milky Way. Storybooks like this help children enjoy the experience of learning and the subtle message of kindness and transformation that runs through the story makes it a must-read for all children.