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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
Kindness is Key, by author Alexis Bloomer, is a children’s book centered around the topic of bullying. Bullying is one of the very most sensitive issues that a child will have to face in his or her lifetime and in life in general. The results of it can do all varying kinds of damage to a person, both mentally and physically. The author’s drive to tell this story comes out of her own life experiences with being tormented by others, and she tells it to us through the device of rhyme.
As someone who had also been bullied for years, physically and emotionally, I appreciate Alexis Bloomer’s book, Kindness is Key, even more. I don’t feel that bullies will ever completely go away because there is strife in the world, and as long as there is conflict and troubles at home, there will be children who act out because of that. What I loved most about the book was that Alexis Bloomer had a space at the end where the child reader can sign to make a pact that they will be kind to others, and that will really touch readers' hearts. It’s not just about words in a book; it’s about truly making a difference in the world, and if you read Kindness is Key, you will feel as though you and your child are helping to contribute to the difference that is being made. I highly recommend Kindness is Key by author Alexis Bloomer. Great for all ages, young and old.