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Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite
The Golden Rule Coloring Book by Sherrill S Cannon is a children’s story/coloring book best suited for a mixed audience of parents and children. The golden rule tells children to treat others the way they would want to be treated. Yet, not all children know this rule; instead, some need to learn it themselves. Two siblings, Robert and Kait, set out to find the ruler that their mother has told them is both old and golden. Yet, along the way, they begin to learn about the golden rule and discover that they are not looking for a physical object but a life rule.
The Golden Rule Coloring Book by Sherrill S Cannon is a very cute children’s book that is a mix of a story told in rhyme and coloring pages. The author included a coloring page after each story page that corresponds to the previous story page. I liked that the coloring pages serve to help engage children in the story and allow them to enjoy the book on their own with coloring if they are too young to read. The illustrations of both the story pages and the coloring pages are particularly well done. The bright colors help draw the attention of young children, and the coloring pages are all a good size for young children to color. It is nice that the coloring pages do not have many small areas so children can easily color them in with crayons, colored pencils, or markers.