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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
We all make great efforts to achieve good results. That's why graduation day is so meaningful for both children and adults, as that is the moment when we can celebrate the results of our work. A beautiful way to illustrate this idea is with Never Give Up. The story is about a family of penguins. Junior receives acceptance to Ox-fjord University, and the family travels by airplane so he can attend classes. Surprisingly it breaks down, and they end up stuck in the desert. They search for ways to fix the airplane but are discouraged when they can find no solution. This did not defeat Junior. It is now up to him to find a way to continue his dream, regardless of his situation. In this book, Anna Maledon shares a highly motivational story.
Anna Maledon demonstrates her creativity with her wordplay and captivating content. Never Give Up is an inspiring account that will teach readers to think outside the box. I liked the story because the theme is that you should open yourself up to new opportunities, which is a useful lesson for everyone, regardless of age. The penguin family shows that even in adversity we can achieve great things. Although it is a children's book, it is suitable for anyone about to graduate. I also liked the illustrations; they are appealing and all of the pages are beautifully presented. This is the perfect graduation gift and a wonderful way to preserve memories.