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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Meet Riki, a sweet little girl with a little dimple in her cheek, brown eyes, and a shy smile in the story It Is All Right Now: Inspired Child by Riki Ella. Riki loved playing with her four siblings and she was always excited about life. Riki loved to have green eyes, she wanted to be a singer and a story writer, she wanted to make good cakes, and own a lion and a horse. She wondered how it would be to be a real princess who was kind to everyone and talked to nature. She also wanted to become many other things and her little mind was filled with big dreams. These thoughts made her sad at times because she knew many of the things she dreamed about would not happen. How does Riki's mom help her to overcome the thoughts that were responsible for her sadness?
This is a heartwarming story that will encourage readers to look at life in a positive way, thereby creating a model world they desire. The illustrations are beautiful and make the story captivating and appealing to young readers. The story also captures the mother/child bonding in a lovely subtle way. The story is also a good tool for children to look at life with a new perspective and become stronger, and will also encourage dreamers to dream big. It is an insightful story for both parents and children to realize the power of thoughts, actions, and words and to live accordingly.
The Law of Attraction has been woven into the story seamlessly, making it easy for children to practice it. Tutors and educators will find the book helpful for reading aloud and storytelling sessions in classrooms when teaching their students the importance of looking at life with a positive eye, and how to overcome negativity.