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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite
The Cave Boy Who Would Be President by Carol E LaBov is a coming-of-age picture book for young children. One day, a beautiful baby boy is born and is given the name Cooper. His Mommy, Daddy, Nana, Papa, and his older brother Grayson are overjoyed to have an addition to the family. As Cooper grows a little, his family starts to notice that something isn't quite right - Cooper still isn't talking. After being concerned for a while, his mom and dad call in a professional who tells them that Cooper is smart and just communicates differently, but Cooper still shows no sign of talking. One day, whilst at school, that all changes, and Cooper speaks! What will Cooper have to say? Find out in this book.
The Cave Boy Who Would Be President pulled at my heartstrings from the very first page. From start to finish, this beautifully-written book by the talented Carol E LaBov had me hooked as she tells the story of Cooper. I'm always delighted to read stories that focus on a topic such as this, as it is rarely discussed. I feel more people need to be educated as it becomes more common in the world. There are so many ways to communicate, and there is no right way, only what is right for the individual. This book promotes self-love, acceptance, and is full of eye-catching illustrations, making it the perfect bedtime story. If you are looking for an enjoyable book to read, then this tale is the one for you.