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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
A little boy wanted to go to the moon but it was so far away. However, he did not want that to stop him from going there. He decided to make a rocket ship to reach the moon but he did not know how to make it. He tried a couple of times and failed at his attempts in making a rocket ship. The little boy was not discouraged, he knew he could not give up. Moreover, his mother told him he had to build it stronger after learning from his mistakes. He decided to ask for help if he still couldn't do it. Now it was time for the sun to come and though the moon was not visible, it was still there.
The Metaphorical Moon by Kayon DePina is an adorable story that will encourage children to follow their dreams and not give up. The illustrations are as charming as the story and will give confidence to young readers to pursue their dreams and learn and improve themselves from their mistakes. The story will also make them adventurous and want to try new things. It is a good story for parents and tutors to use for storytelling and read-aloud sessions to children because of its interesting concept and message to them. Youngsters can get the materials given in the list and try making a rocket ship all by themselves. Books like this are fun and interactive and are a good way to encourage children not only to read but also to create new things.