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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Monster Visits The Land Of Colors by JJ Calloway is a colorful storybook for young readers in which Monster introduces them to different colors. Monster has different colors - his eyes are green, feet are purple, wings are yellow, horn is red, and body is blue. Monster is keen to learn more about colors. He visits the art museum where he is shown a lot of new colors and he spends the entire day there, looking at the colors. Some of the colors resemble his eyes, feet, body, and wings. As he goes to sleep that night, he wonders what the next adventure will be.
The book is educational and takes children into the world of colors in a fun way. The illustrations are bright and vivid, making the concept clear and giving a good pace and movement to the story. Children will connect well with Monster and his excitement to learn about new colors. It's an excellent book to be used for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries, and parents and grandparents can also use it for bedtime story-telling.
Books that are informative, educational, have a moral or a message are all good for readers to help them understand what is trying to be conveyed with the help of a story and illustrations. It's a great story, narrated with fun and charm, and the quest to discover colors makes it more colorful and entertaining to readers.