A complimentary copy of this book was provided by Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. All opinions are my own.
Published by Sourcebooks, Incorporated on September 15th 2017
From the author of If I Could Keep You Littlecomes Be Brave Little One, which honors and celebrates the power of courage in every child. Perfect for cheering someone on, this story affirms how bravery can show up in all different ways!
When I look at you, shining bright as the sun, I wish for you this... be brave little one!
Be Brave Little One is a beautifully illustrated book for children ages four and up. My little one enjoyed the colorful illustrations and rhyme. The theme is one that is so important for little ones. To learn to be brave in all that they do.
The watercolor illustrations show a diverse group of children, which I appreciate. I would have liked to have seen differently-abled children represented as well but it was nice that racial diversity was celebrated.
Overall, I appreciated what the author was trying to accomplish. This book encourages children to have courage when they try something new.d. To have the bravery to be true to their own self. In a world where conformity is the norm, I appreciate a book that encourages a courageous approach to life.
My child’s thoughts:
“I like this book.”
“I am a very brave girl!”
“I like the pretty pictures.”
“Read it again?!”