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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Meet the little girl who was born with a hole in her heart in the story Little Love by Rose Stanek. The hole in her heart was not her doing and Little Love tried her best to fill the void in her heart but nothing could make her happy. Little Love decided to set out on a journey to find the thing called 'happy'. She met Fame first and saw how he shone with the spotlight on him. Little Love thought maybe fame would make her happy and less lonely but when the lights went down and the applause ceased, she again felt unhappy. She thought maybe Beauty would be able to fill the void in her but she found it too demanding. Would Little Love be able to fill the void inside her?
This adorable story is about acceptance and self-love and the author explains the concept beautifully through Little Love. The illustrations by Crystal Ord are eye-catching and captivating and they not only give clarity to the author's words but also add color to the story. It is a good book to help children appreciate what they have and be happy instead of looking for it outside. Like Little Love, children will be able to find happiness by filling their hearts with passion and knowledge, wisdom and truth, patience and kindness, and charity. This story is definitely a must-have in school libraries and can be used by parents and tutors to help children to understand the importance of self-love and self-acceptance.