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Sora Searches for a Song: Little Cricket’s Imagination Journey by Christine Herbert follows the journey of a young, ambitious cricket as she tries to find the imagination needed to sing. Sora is the only one who cannot sing in the little green marsh. Sora is told the reason is that she has no imagination. Sora then goes through a journey of self-discovery as she seeks imagination because she wants to sing more than anything else. Throughout the transformation, Sora wants to become many things. Can she find imagination and a song?
This amazing book by Once Upon a Dance and Christina Herbert is nothing short of splendid. They hit their target very well with this story. The dance illustrations and guides would appeal to a young audience. The book uses elementary grammar, so it is very easy to understand. This book teaches children that regardless of obstacles, they should never give in to self-doubt and fear. The lessons are laid out very well and in a fun way that will have the child reading over and over again. Sora Searches for a Song: Little Cricket’s Imagination Journey is a five-star read for its magnificent crafting, plotting, appearance, and overall presentation.