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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Little Frenchie and Mirror grew up together and they always spent a lot of time laughing, singing, and playing with each other. Little Frenchie's mother always told her how beautiful and precious she was. Lately Mirror had been telling Little Frenchie hurtful things about her. Frenchie always went to greet Mirror when she got out of bed in the morning, but that morning Mirror was acting strangely and Frenchie's enthusiasm to go to school vanished and turned into fear. She had a bad day in school and Frenchie thought Mirror was right. Frenchie noticed that Mirror had turned against her and had nothing good to say to her. How does Frenchie's mother make her understand why Mirror is telling her negative things?
Good Morning, Mirror! by Jennifer Senne speaks about the importance of thinking positively and advises readers to love themselves and stay positive, no matter what the situation is. The illustrations by Andra Morosan capture the essence of the book and give clarity to the concept and the author's words. The idea of giving Mirror a personality of its own is unique and original. The story will motivate and encourage readers to think positively and have uplifting thoughts. It is a story about self-love, positive thinking, and self belief. It is definitely a must-have and a must-read book for home use and in schools to help children realize how important it is to accept themselves and believe in themselves.