The Little Boy Who Craved Thanksgiving Leftovers

And the Lessons He Learned

Children - Grade K-3rd
41 Pages
Reviewed on 08/14/2023
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Author Biography

Shani T. Night is an Award-Winning Children's Author with a passion for the written word that has spanned over 40 years. Born in Washington, DC, she resides in Maryland with her husband and three cherished children. Shani's writing journey is fueled by inspiration as she aspires to ignite the hearts of the younger generation. She sincerely hopes we will all let our light shine brightly, undimmed by life's challenges. Through her children's books, Shani seeks to empower young readers with the magic of words, encouraging them to discover the power of self-expression.

Shani is a Certified Happiness, Life, and Wellness Coach with a mission to help individuals live their happiest, healthiest, and most fulfilling lives. She believes that true happiness comes from within and that we can transform our lives and achieve lasting well-being by making positive changes in our thoughts, behaviors, and lifestyle.

Join Shani on her incredible journey of storytelling and coaching, where words and wisdom combine to bring happiness and empowerment to both young and old alike. She aims to sprinkle the world with joy through her works and guidance, one heart at a time.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite

Thanksgiving is a day everyone loves for its delicious feasts, leftovers, and family gatherings. Join a little boy who loved Thanksgiving as much as anyone with Shani T. Night's The Little Boy Who Craved Thanksgiving Leftovers: And the Lessons He Learned. Little Ricky was a mischievous young boy living in a cozy house on Maple Street. Ricky loved Thanksgiving. On this year's Thanksgiving, he cannot wait for the delicious leftovers and turkey sandwiches he'll get to eat. But when he learns that his family plans to invite guests for dinner, Ricky begins to worry that there won't be any leftovers. After hiding some of the food in his favorite spot, Ricky meets Grandma Grace, who has a few insightful words of wisdom that remind Ricky what Thanksgiving is all about. He begins to appreciate his loving family and the memories they will make.

Spread the love and joy of Thanksgiving and all it entails with The Little Boy Who Craved Thanksgiving Leftovers. Shani T. Night knocks it out of the park with this colorful children's picture book that imparts valuable lessons about how sharing and celebrating with others brings happiness and joy to all and creates unforgettable memories that last a lifetime. With a quirky character as the main protagonist, Night tells a wholesome tale about love, family, and the value of listening to one's elders. Ricky is a likable young boy you're guaranteed to love. The vibrant illustrations help make the story and the characters even more memorable. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the book and recommend it to all readers below ten.