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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
There is nothing wrong with asking for help. Everyone needs help at some point in their lives, whether you are a man or woman, young or old, boy or girl. In this easy to read, beautifully illustrated children's book, Asking For Help by Rosalie Shaw, children will hear over ten different boys and girls from diverse backgrounds give an example of when they needed help. You can ask for help for various reasons from locating a toy to if you're lost. This book will give your child the confidence they need, the courage to know that it's okay to ask for help and the knowledge that they're not alone. Get a copy of this book for your child today to help them have a healthy view of themselves and the world around them.
Rosalie Shaw did an excellent job in demonstrating the numerous ways that children can ask for help. I enjoyed this book so much due to the diversity presented in telling the story. Children can learn through this book that it's important to be open and transparent and never feel ashamed if they're unable to do things. They may see that something is easy or simple for others and they may feel frustrated but learning is how we better understand to do things. Asking for help is healthy. Asking for help creates bonds, communities, and friendships. Children love helping other children because it makes them feel needed and useful. Teach your children healthy habits starting with this book. Passing on good karma goes a long way.