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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
Children have to face many challenges as they grow up. That is why they need to develop skills to act appropriately. Courage is having the willpower to face problems or difficulties. This improves self-esteem and helps children develop their emotional skills. If a child has confidence in himself, he can be better prepared for life, accepting new challenges. Little Brave uses a symbolic story to help children to develop creative thinking. They will understand what it means to be brave. Little Brave is a boy who believed he was not afraid of anything. This gave him a lot of confidence until he found a furious dragon. Little Brave learned that being brave does not mean living without fear. Being brave is being able to overcome the most difficult obstacles. Rose Sprinkle shows that bravery will not always be easy, but that is the best way to grow up.
I enjoyed the story for its symbolism. The narration is rhythmic and entertaining and it will help improve children's reading skills. The watercolor images give it a unique look. I liked Little Brave because of its important life lesson. It shows that it's okay to make mistakes if you learn from them and to keep trying to solve a problem. The story also shows that the family will be there for support. Being brave contributes to children's intellectual development. If they show courage, they will be able to make good decisions in new situations. Rose Sprinkle shows us that it's important to stay optimistic and never give up, so children will learn to have confidence in their abilities.