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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
What's in a name? Well, everything. We've all wondered about the origin of our name at some point. In What a Wonderful, Wonderful, Wonderful Name!, L.A. Kimo and La Shauna Richardson tell the story of a young girl who wonders just the same thing. She asks her mother what's so special about her name. Is it a claim to fame or something unique to her? Her mother explains that everyone's name has a distinct ring to it, and no matter how many others share her name, it will always be hers. Names connect us to our families and, sometimes, serve as a link to our heritage and history. It also plays a part in shaping us as a person as we grow up. And each of us has a lovely name that represents us.
What a Wonderful, Wonderful, Wonderful Name! is a children's picture book for preschoolers to help them identify and relate to their names and find themselves in it. With a rhyming narrative and some eye-catching artwork, L.A. Kimo and La Shauna Richardson have crafted an engaging tale that kids are bound to love. The storytelling is immersive and thoroughly captivating. The illustrations help bring out the personalities of the characters and make them more relatable to the reader. The authors don't waste a single word with a crisp and concise narrative that makes for a breezy read. This is the kind of book young readers who have just started school should read. I found it very entertaining and highly recommend it for newbie readers.