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Book Review: If We All Looked The Same by Mark Tomlinson

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Book Review: If We All Looked The Same by Mark Tomlinson


This is such a cute little kids book that teaches kids that it is ok to be different and not everyone is the some the author's friend Ishika Sharma reached out to me on facebook and asked me to do this book review.

The author did an amazing job on this book the illustrations in this book are so cute and very beautiful the author used DW Publication the lady that asked me to review this book she works for this company.

I like how in the story the new student is different she has wings and the other bees do not but they all accepted her for who she is and not what she looks like.

I was a kindergarten teachers aid and I did story time I would read to the students this is a book I would have loved to read to them this book would be great in a classroom library or on your child's bookshelf.

This book is something that is really important to teach your child not everyone is the same we all look different in some ways and act different but that is a good thing because God made us all different and unique in are on way.

Your child will fall in love with this little book that has a very good message to it that every child needs to learn that we are not, all the same, we will all grow up and do different things and that is ok.

I really enjoyed those book there is a lesson to be learned in this book and everyone at any age can learn from this book as well.

If everyone was the same life would have been boring we all have something special to bring to the world.


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This book would be great if a classroom teacher would read this to her students this would help the class learn how to expect everyone for who they are. 

Here is the author's information
http://writer.care/


You can find this book on Amazon



Here is the publisher's website


Enjoy Reading Angelika 








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