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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
It is a new day and a brother and sister remember what their mother has told them, that every day is special because it is another day of life. His mom reminds him to be mindful of his manners when she leaves him at school and asks him to listen and mind the teacher's rules. The little boy asks his mom what is the special part of her day and she tells him that it is the time she spends with them. She tells him every day is a new opportunity to experience the joy of the heart, fill the mind with wonders, and finish what is started. She also tells them that their life is a blessing. God holds their hands when they are hurt, and he asks them to be patient, kind, forgiving, thankful, and true. Will the boy ever learn what is so special about today and every day?
What's So Special About Today? by Kelsey Clark is an uplifting and motivating story that will take young readers closer to God and will encourage them to be grateful for whatever they have in life. Ashley Belote's charming pictures make the concept palpable to readers and will help them understand the author's words easily. The story is written in verse and has a good pace and rhythm that makes it lyrical and entertaining. The author tackles the boy's curious questions with expertise and teaches children about sibling care, love, and kindness in a wonderful way. What's So Special About Today? by Kelsey Clark is the perfect book for tutors and parents to use for storytelling and can be used in Bible classes too for children to appreciate what they have and realize that every day holds something good for them. The book is useful to teach children good values and life lessons that will benefit them.