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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite
Ronnie's Pool by Lindsay Ann Fink is a fun book for children. The story is about a young rabbit named Ronnie who wishes to have a pool in his backyard to play in. Ronnie asks his dad if he can have one, and his dad says he can and hands Ronnie a shovel. Ronnie is confused, but his dad soon clears things up. He tells Ronnie that for him to have a pool, he must dig one. This book shows how if you truly want something, you must put in the hard work first. Not everything you want will be simply given to you. Ronnie puts time and effort into digging his pool. With the help of some friends, will he finally get his wish?
Author Lindsay Ann Fink has designed a perfect book that demonstrates how hard work is needed when it comes to building something you desperately want. It will make a good book for educating young children about the importance of this as they need to understand that not everything will be given to them simply because they asked for it. The images used in Ronnie's Pool are realistic, with the added illustrations of Ronnie and the other characters, which I found to be unique and clever as I haven't seen many like this before. I think it works perfectly. I adored this story and the message behind it, and I hope to read more of Lindsay Ann Fink's work in the future. Good luck and keep writing!