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Emily-Rose's Day at The Farm

by Simone DaCosta

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I received this in exchange for an honest review. At that time, the copy I received just contained the print and not the illustrations, so I wanted a little bit to see some of the illustrations so I could comment on both components.

I love Emily-Rose's enthusiasm to spend time with my grandmother. I confess to being "Grandmother's baby" myself, not only because of the time I spent with my grandmother but because she raised me as well. She is confused at first when her grandmother doesn't allow her to tend to the animals on her own. Emily-Rose feels like she is missing out on the fun.

This wonderful story teaches a number of things. One is the meaning of the word "rambunctious". Two is that Grandma knows best. Three is that when grownups say certain things, it is not necessarily to take away the element of fun but to make sure one is safe. The activities in the back of the book were a welcomed bonus.

The colors of the illustrations were very rich, and I loved the detail invested in Emily-Rose's appearance, in particular, her facial expressions during the mishaps that she encountered. It will definitely keep the young reader invested while the overall story acts as a viable tool for the parent.

I heartily recommend this work. ( )
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