These past few days, during my break time at my day job, I’ve been reading these little short stories intended for the younger audience, which I find therapeutic because they’re just all so full of positivity talks about friendships, rainbows, butterflies, and whatnot. I thought it would keep me from stressing about this pandemic, politics, job-related incidents, and more. Some were cute, and some were nice. Others, I’m thinking of reading to my little nephews and nieces the next time I visit them—anyway, enough of my rambling.
The Missing Rainbow by C. Hagerman, the first in the Lil Bub and Friends Presents. The Missing Rainbow is about the friendship of a whale, a frog, and a bunny. They all loved watching the rainbow up in the sky until it went missing. I really like this book. It has colorful and cute illustrations; the words were simple but a bit repetitive. It is very engaging, and it teaches children a great lesson on conflict resolution. It’s 19 pages and is great for kids to learn about colors and those who are learning English as a second language.
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
You can download it for free on Amazon.