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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
Learning the alphabet is one of the most important challenges children face in their early school years. It is also one of their primary intellectual hurdles as well as the first step a child must take to learn to read and write. Opossum Disco: A Night Out With Alphabet Action Verbs (Awesome Opossum Stories Book 4) is not just about the alphabet. Gina Gallois has created a story by making the verbs in the sentences follow alphabetical order. The book follows the nightlife of a family of opossums, using a friendly narrative style with an easy-to-follow musicality. This story demonstrates coexistence, family unity, and kindness.
Opossum Disco is an entertaining book for young readers. The images show happy nocturnal environments which I enjoyed. Younger kids shouldn’t feel as if they’re studying; they should be having fun, because if children feel the pressure of learning they may become nervous. Gina Gallois has crafted a delightful tale focused on harmony that will be beneficial for the development of thought, language, empathy, and understanding. Creativity and imagination will be stimulated by wanting to follow these cute opossums on their fun-filled night. It will assist children in their learning so that the expression of language is fluid, simple, and enjoyable.