Try Again

Children - Preschool
32 Pages
Reviewed on 12/04/2019
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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite

Does your little one get frustrated when learning something new or different? The Little Bunny Series offers so many books that can help your child learn and build character. In the illustrated picture book, Try Again by Dianne Miller, children will learn how to acquire what they desire by giving it a try. Trying requires setting a goal and being persistent despite the obstacles in achieving the goal. Dianne clearly demonstrates the journey of Little Bunny in this book as he tries to catch a fish. This story demonstrates to children that sometimes they may have to work through the process on their own, which also stimulates cognitive abilities. Little Bunny's dad helped Little Bunny not to give up immediately but to learn and understand that even though you try, there is always tomorrow to try again.

This book was a joy to read and insightful because it presented an excellent example of how to help children understand the importance of trying and not giving up. Children can learn a lot about themselves and value things more when they're given the tools and confidence to not only make a decision but to go through the process of accomplishing it. In the Little Bunny Series, children can explore so much and see that they're not alone on their journey. This book is ideal for buying a copy today and adding it to your children's library which can be shared with their friends. Enjoy!