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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
Fox, the baker, enjoyed eating the gingerbread cookies baked by the little old man and the little old woman. But as time passed, the taste of these sweet cookies faded from his memory. Fox knew it was time to bake the best gingerbread cookies, but could he keep the old taste, snap and crunch alive? Fox doubted himself because he did not achieve it with the previous batches. He felt like a failure. Then one day, Fox got it right down to the taste and crunch, but something scary happened. The pair of gingerbread figures came alive and escaped, even before he could complete his process. What will Fox do? Follow the baker on his adventure with The Gingerbread Twins by Renee Hayes.
The Gingerbread Twins written by Renee Hayes and illustrated by Darby Scebold is a hilarious yet educative picture storybook for everyone. It will appeal to children the most because of the attractive illustrations and life lessons essential for their growth. This story talks about believing in ourselves and casting out self-doubt. In a world that preys on the vulnerability of children, the book reminds them to get up and try again whenever they fail. No one gets it right the first time. If we record consistent failures, we must re-strategize and change our methods because something is missing. We must also learn to document and ask for help from experts because it will help us to recall and work smarter. This is a beautiful picture storybook for kindergartners, and I enjoyed it.