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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Zippy and Zappy, two ladybirds, lived in a cornfield under a big green leaf and led a happy life. They ate the green flies that came to eat the corn leaves. As the months passed by, Zippy and Zappy started getting bored and they decided to leave the cornfield in search of an interesting place to live. They got onto a truck by clinging to an ear of corn. Their adventure began when the truck started to move, and they were soon asleep. The truck took them to another city and there they saw a beautiful flower shop with colorful flowers. They crawled onto a bunch of sunflowers and drank all the nectar. They woke up to find themselves inside a bag with a bunch of sunflowers and a lady was carrying them towards a house. The lady placed the sunflowers in a vase on the table. Zippy and Zappy saw there was a small playground in the backyard when they crawled out of the vase. Let's read on to learn about the adventures Zippy and Zappy had in the new city.
Zippy and Zappy Go on an Adventure by Renju Sridhar takes young readers on an exciting adventure along with Zippy and Zappy and conveys an important message - 'No matter how big or small you are, if you believe in yourself, you will always win.' Uliana Barabash adds color and life to the story and gives it a good pace and movement with her lovely illustrations. Zippy and Zappy will help readers understand there is no need to worry over small things and to take life as it comes. Parents and tutors can use the book for read-aloud and storytelling sessions to teach children important messages in an entertaining way.