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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Forget About It! by Michael Verrett is the story of Danielle who was so beautiful that everyone knew she would become a princess. She was not only beautiful but also intelligent and possessed a quick wit. But Danielle suffered from a problem called Pink Memory - she could only remember Pink Memory things so that she even forgot the names of her best friends. One day a boy gives her five different drawings and asks her to hang these on the wall in her room. She forgets about them by the time she reaches home but the paintings don't forget her. What happens next is interesting and will keep kids entertained till the very end.
I enjoyed this cute story. The illustrations are bright and colorful and make the scenes and characters come alive in front of readers' eyes. The part where the drawings come to life is fascinating and how they teach her to cherish important things is also equally fascinating. It's an excellent bedtime storybook and parents and grandparents should read it out to kids. The story is also perfect for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries.
Storybooks with a good concept, message, and ideas are good for children and they make it easy for kids to understand when narrated with the help of a story, characters, and illustrations. The story will connect well with readers and tell them that memory is not just memorizing or collecting facts, but it is all about the things that are locked away in the heart and not the head.