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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
The Little Bird That Wanted to Fly to the Moon is a work of fiction in the adventure, animals, and bedtime stories subgenres. It is suitable for young readers and newly independent readers and was penned by author Svetlana Kitik with illustrations provided by artist Maura Juliana O Regan. This delightful children's picture book takes young readers on an enchanting journey of imagination and ambition as we follow a little bird who sets out on an extraordinary flight with a mission to reach the moon. The book beautifully emphasizes the importance of curiosity, a sense of adventure, and the value of the journey itself. Through the bird's determination and solution-focused approach, children are encouraged to dream big and believe in their abilities.
Author Svetlana Kitik has crafted a concise and enthralling work that sparks wonder and amazement but also expands young minds by introducing them to the concept of the cosmos and the magic it holds. It presents opportunities for discussion and exploration, allowing children to delve deeper into the themes and ideas presented. The sensational illustrations provided by artist Maura Juliana O Regan are stunning and vibrant, bringing the story to life with vivid colors and engaging imagery. The artwork showcases birds, scenery, and night skies, creating a visual feast for young readers. With its beautiful illustrations and engaging storytelling, it would make a perfect addition to any child's library and an excellent tool for nurturing their dreams and creativity. Overall, The Little Bird That Wanted to Fly to the Moon is a pleasant and captivating read that sparks the imagination, promotes ambition, and encourages discussions.