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Reviewed by Adanna Ora for Readers' Favorite
Alexander Mouse wants to have the best Christmas. The stockings are hung on the Christmas tree, the presents are set, and there is enough food and decorations for the festive season, yet Alexander feels unfulfilled. He feels something is missing. He doesn’t feel like he is caught up in the excitement of Christmas. What could be the reason for this? By opening his eyes to reveal what he needs to know, he encounters a personality that fills a void in his heart and changes his life forever. What could this thing be? Who did he meet? Find out in Not Even A. Mouse by Angela Fincham Lowe and illustrated by Sherry Marie. It's a story that opens us to a revelation of what it means to be in the Christmas spirit.
Angela Fincham Lowe uses the first-person point of view conversationally, giving us a feeling of active participation in the events. Coupled with the beautiful illustrations that help us better grasp the story, it teaches profound lessons with eternal relevance. It is essential to understand that the joy of the festive season doesn’t lie in the preparations or the ceremonies surrounding them but in understanding the season's true meaning. It helps one to celebrate with a purpose. Not Even A. Mouse is sure to impact children, as it has new words that they can learn and teaches excellent lessons. This is a great story!