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Reviewed by Rolanda Lyles for Readers' Favorite
Prince Manny loves his father, King Immanuel, and his home, the kingdom of Crownington. Today, Prince Manny is excited to start his first day of school, but is disappointed when he discovers he won't be going to school in Crownington; instead, he will be going to Flatbread Elementary School in Junction Kingdom. Prince Manny is confused as to why he can't go to school with his friends, but he is obedient and trusts his father. At Flatbread Elementary, Prince Manny is just Manny, and Manny sees that Flatbread Elementary isn't as nice, clean, or friendly as his school at home. At the elementary school, Manny is faced with fear, bullying, peer pressure, and a different culture, but he is brave. Flatbread Elementary may never be the same.
Dr. Eugene Fields' The Prince and Mr. Breezy's Class is a compelling and inspirational story of the power one person has to effect change. Dr. Fields' writing encourages young readers to know that you are never too young or too small to be a leader and make a difference. This story addresses many of the issues that the youth deal with in today's society: peer pressure, bullying, self-respect, responsibility, and even challenges in their home life. Dr. Fields encourages young readers to know that even if there are things about your life that you can't control like where you come from, or if you have money or not, you can control how you treat yourself, your property, and others. As a fellow educator, I found this book very compelling, inspirational, emotionally moving, and relevant. I appreciated the discussion questions and worksheets included at the end of the story to encourage further discussion. The Prince and Mr. Breezy's Class is a must-read for youngsters with an inspirational message that children everywhere can relate to. I loved this story!