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Reviewed by Jennie More for Readers' Favorite
Embarrassing George by Kimber Morgan is the story of little George the 6th or 7th who has a Family Night coming up at school, and he is dreading it because his family is so embarrassing. His father wears his underwear outside, his mother can’t cook, his sister is constantly busy with her phone, posing for selfies, and his brother Teddy is always in costume. George also doesn’t understand why they have to refer to him as George the 6th or 7th, because they aren’t royalty – even his name embarrasses him. As the family is getting ready for family night, George is miserable with anxiety about the embarrassment he is about to experience, but when they get to school, George’s family appears normal amidst the other children’s weirdo family members.
Embarrassing George by Kimber Morgan is a relatable, funny, and sweet story that will resonate with any young child. This book brought a smile to my face as I remembered my family nights and how kids always dread them. We all think our families are the weirdest until we’re surrounded by other families. Each family is unique, and the message I think every child will get from this book is: Your family may be weird but they are yours. I love the beautiful message of this book and the highly relatable storyline. I think after reading this book children will become less self-conscious about their families and even appreciate and celebrate their eccentricities. The illustrations are beautiful and vibrant, complementing the story perfectly – entertaining and delightful.