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Reviewed by Cheryl Schopen for Readers' Favorite
In The Magic Quilt, a children’s book by Katie Sokolic, Toby receives a handmade quilt that his mom made for his birthday. While enjoying it and playing with it, he soon realizes that his new quilt has magical powers. He finds himself on unexpected adventures to magical places and experiencing things he never thought possible. But how does he trigger the magic to work? And it all has to be a dream; nothing this awesome could be real. Right?
This was such a cute book. We witnessed little Toby go on fun adventures with his magic quilt, and it encourages children to never limit their imaginations. As we grow up, we tend to believe in less and less, but books like these remind us how fun and carefree life used to be. Not only does it have an important message, but this book was also written brilliantly and included some amazing illustrations. Children will absolutely love the entertaining rhymes and be instantly drawn to the colorful images that completely stand out on each page. Both kids and their parents will be happy to see an option at the back of the book where they can own their very own quilt. Since The Magic Quilt was written by Katie Sokolic and illustrated by Glenn Sokolic, a father-daughter duo, it makes perfect sense for this book to be read by more parent-child duos. I plan on adding this book to my library, where my daughter and I can find it and read it for many years to come.