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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Adventures of Rosy Posy Papillion: Friendship by Diana Rangaves revolves around the concept of friendship and the value of friendship. Rosy Posy sits on the green grass and yawns. It is a warm morning and she sees Raoul the ant. She asks Raoul if he will be her friend. Raoul thinks he is too small to be Rosy Posy’s friend and she will hurt him. He agrees to ride on the top of Rosy Posy’s head. Rosy Posy and Raoul sit on the green grass and sing the friendship song. As they sit on the grass, Rosy Posy sees Abu, the black pony. Abu says he is too busy to hang out with Raoul and Rosy Posy. Will Raoul and Rosy Posy make more new friends?
The story is delightful and children will love all the characters featured in the story. The illustrations simply make the concept; the message, scenes, and characters are brought to life, enabling children to connect well with the story. The friendship song is adorable and can be used to sing when with friends. It is a good bedtime storybook and the concept makes it perfect for read aloud and storytelling sessions in classrooms. Children need more stories like this so that they learn how to make new friends. I liked all the characters in the story as they are all lovable and cute. Who is your favorite character in the story? Is it Rosy Posy, Raoul, Abu, Jamal, Circe, Ailani, or Yukiko?