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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
What I Like About You by Allia Zobel Nolan is a powerful book for children, young adults, parents, teachers, and everyone else. It focuses on the acceptance of everyone regardless of their race, creed, tongue, and tribe. Variety, they say, is the spice of life, and this book shows that no two persons can be the same or else the world becomes boring. Children will learn important and fun information about different people and cultures as this helps kill prejudice. They will enumerate the qualities of their friends from distinct races, and through this, they’ll come to accept that everyone is unique. Whether black, white, red, yellow, or grey, children should never care because hate is a poison, and love is the ultimate solution.
Innocent children get gradually sucked into hate by the immediate and broader society. Therefore, I’m grateful to Allia Zobel Nolan for writing this timely and relevant book to steer children in the right direction. In a world where racism and prejudice rule, What I Like About You will help groom the younger generation into wholesome, loving, and tolerant adults. This book reminds me that our blood remains red, regardless of our race. God made us all beautiful. When we acknowledge this beauty, we will easily accept everyone. I am unique, and so is every other person. Allia has done marvelous work with the writing style, the plot, and the beautiful pictures in this book. I want to read more from this author.