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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
How does a little child tell her parents how much she loves them? I'm Just Little by Jennifer Sharp is an adorable story that describes in verse a little child's love for her parents. Though the girl is little, she loves her mother as big as the blue green earth and her father as bright as the sun that peeps through the fluffy clouds. She also loves her mother more than the scent of the daintiest daisy at dawn and her father as radiant as the sunflower that greets the new day. She loves her parents as much as the huggiest, huggy hug that says, 'I love you.'
The verses are delightful and cute and they reflect the love and bonding between parents and children in a beautiful and innocent way. The story is filled with love and warmth and will also encourage children to try their hand at writing poems and putting down their feelings on paper. It is a good book to use in classrooms for activities. Tutors and educators can ask children to write a few lines about their feelings for their parents and make it engaging. The verses are good for children to enhance their vocabulary and to be creative when it comes to expressing their feelings and emotions for their loved ones. There are many ways to express love; this book shows just that and captures the innocence and purity of a child's love towards her parents. The illustrations are as adorable and charming as the verses and children will love them, just like the verses.