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Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite
Sophie is an eight-year-old girl who lives with her mother, father, sister Emma, and pet bunny Floppy. Sophie doesn't always remember to do things she is supposed to do. You could say she is easily distracted and forgetful. Sophie's family doesn't believe her when she says she saw something, and when she forgot her math homework that she worked so hard to get finished, she began to get discouraged. Then at Sunday school, her teacher introduced her and her classmates to the story of Rhoda, and she began to feel confident in always telling the truth and remembering things.
Sophie, Pay Attention (Rhoda, You Too)! Kingdom Kids #1 by Susan Barnett Braun is a delightful and inspirational children's book introducing young readers to the concepts of truth telling, paying attention, and staying focused. It also introduces them to the Biblical story of Rhoda. Children often have trouble focusing or paying attention to one particular thing and often are forgetful. The author has created a fun and highly relatable way for young readers to understand the importance of paying attention and telling the truth, even if no one believes you. Children can relate to and better comprehend life lessons when they are relayed back to them in the form of a story. The author also introduces the important life lesson related Biblical story of Rhoda for those readers who believe in the Bible. Sophie Pay attention (Rhoda, You Too) is a creative, fun and inspirational book for young children to read, learn from and relate to.