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Reviewed by Jennie More for Readers' Favorite
Perspective Detective by Cazzy Zahursky is a delightful storybook about Lexa and Axel, who get into a disagreement. Lexa believes Axel took her toy bear, so she grabs his toy car. Perspective Detectives get involved in helping them solve the mystery of the missing toy bear. As they search, Axel and Lexa learn a lot about how perspective can change their outlook. Together they learn about empathy and how by empathizing, they can change their perspective, have a more positive outlook and communicate kindly with each other by understanding others' perspectives. The beautiful story includes optical illusion illustrations that will baffle, delight, and engage young children, keeping them entertained throughout.
Perspective Detective by Cazzy Zahursky is more than a story; it's an experience for young children as they attempt to decipher the images and puzzles in the book. I loved reading this book. I was charmed by how Zahursky incorporated the pictures in a fun and playful way while keeping the story theme in mind. The story of the missing toy bear was weaved through all the images from start to finish while Axel and Lexa learned critical lessons about being good to each other. By simply changing their perspective, they changed their mood and relationship with each other from negative to positive. Perspective Detective by Cazzy Zahursky is a brilliant storybook; artistic, creative, and original. It's interactive, intellectually stimulating, and will open the minds of young children to the wonder of learning. Children will enjoy reading this book over and over and sharing it with their friends.