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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
I Can't See It! by Michaela Hackman revolves around Isaac and Mimi and the game they decide to play one day while going on their walk. Mimi points out the things she sees and Isaac tries to find them. Mimi points to a frog, a bird, and the sun going behind the clouds during evening. Though Isaac can't see these initially, he manages to find them and also sees the moon and the shining stars in the sky at night. The author makes young readers more observant about their surroundings and the beauty of nature through the story.
The book is charming and delightful and creates an awareness in children of the things nature offers us. Children become more aware and observant of their surroundings once they finish reading the story. The colorful illustrations are adorable and they do full justice to the author's ideas. They are also bright and lively, and they capture the attention of readers. It's a good book for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries, and parents and grandparents can also use it as a bedtime storybook.
Books that convey a good message and concept are excellent to teach children as they make learning fun and interesting. Through this entertaining story, the author succeeds in bringing young readers closer to the beauty of nature. Isaac and Mimi will definitely encourage readers to look at their surroundings when they step out of their homes.