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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Nigeria could smell something and her father told her and Moscato that they needed to get into the house and hide in the chambers because the humans were fogging again. Niagara was scared and she noticed two of her friends and their children lying on the grass. They took them along into the chambers and saved their lives. Miami was grateful that their lives were saved and Champagne was curious to know where she could get a chamber like Niagara had. Moscow was confused about why humans wanted to get rid of them. Another lab mosquito told them that the scientists wanted to kill them, to create a different breed of new mosquitoes which could be used as spying insects. All the mosquitoes knew that humans hated mosquitoes.
Niagara & The Mosquitoes Adventures by Cindy Christmas is an interesting story about mosquitoes trying to stop humans from killing them and how an experiment goes wrong. The illustrations are colorful and lively and they breathe life into the characters and the story. It is fun to note the mosquitoes each having a name and a personality of their own, which makes them individuals that are real and relatable. The topic is unique and original and children will enjoy reading this mosquito adventure. It is a good storybook for parents and tutors to make their children aware of the relationship between mosquitoes and humans in an entertaining way and help make them look at mosquitoes from a different perspective. They can use it for storytelling and read-aloud sessions at home and in classrooms so that children learn about mosquitoes in an interactive and fun way.