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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
This fun filled story - Suppose: A Book About Liking Yourself - by Paul L Samuels makes children go on a chase to find their snitched noses, plucked ears, and hidden smiles taken by a mischievous boy. He snitches a little boy’s nose and sticks it down between his toes and he wants to know if he will cry or laugh or live a life in total disgrace. The girl wonders if she can be happy without a smile and the mischievous boy says maybe the postman will come by and put a smile in her eye and on her face when he sees her smile’s hiding place. The poem helps young readers understand not only acceptance, self-esteem, faith, and self-love, but will also make them creative and imaginative. So let us like ourselves, like others, and have faith in God’s love for us!
This fun-filled poem is delightful and will put a smile on the faces of young readers, along with conveying an important message. The poem is not only about good values, but will also help children imagine, dream, and become more creative. The illustrations do complete justice to the author’s words and concept, and they also give a good pace and movement to the poem. The rhyming verses add to the lyrical quality and fluidity of the poem. The poem is inspirational and the writing style and illustrations will captivate children and keep them glued till the very end. It is a good book to introduce children to and for many reasons: to help them understand how to write rhyming poems, become imaginative, love themselves for what they are, and have faith in God.