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Reviewed by Amy Louise Hill for Readers' Favorite
Cause An Otter Told Me: A Story About a Dream Come True by Scott Karlson is a children's picture book based on saving the environment. One day in the United Animal Kingdom, leaders are holding a very important meeting to think of ways to help save their declining environment. The room heats up as the animals share their opinions of how they think their way is the best. Eventually, after a lot of debate, the animals conclude that they must talk to humans, specifically children. With the help of a young girl, will the United Animal Kingdom save their precious world? Find out in this adventurous book.
Cause An Otter Told Me filled me with many emotions. As someone who wants to do everything in my power to protect the environment, I found this book most useful as it will teach children about the importance of climate change, and how they can contribute to countering it. This is something that needs to be taught as early as possible for it to be effective and that is why I'm glad books like this exist. The story has been beautifully written in a way that pulls on your heartstrings. I had tears in my eyes when I read Dexter's story about his son. Scott Karlson has a talent for teaching young minds through his work, as well as entertaining them. I hope he continues to write more educational content, and I look forward to reading similar works from him in the future. Congrats on the wonderful book!