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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
In Quest Like You by Keosha Sath, readers see a family of four traveling the world. Mommy tells the baby everyone needs a passport to travel outside the country of their origin and return to their birth country safely. The little girl finds a pink grasshopper and Mommy tells her it is called a katydid. Mommy also tells the baby that the orange and black butterflies flying around are called Monarch butterflies and they pollinate wildflowers. The baby tells Mommy there is a hole in the ocean and Mommy explains to her exactly what it is. Mommy tells the baby that the lizard in the tree which the baby can see is an Anole lizard and how those lizards are green in color and like to climb trees. Let's read the book to learn more about the new things they see and learn as they travel the world.
Quest Like You is informative and educational and is a good way to introduce young readers to new things. The illustrations are bright and cheerful and they give clarity to Keosha Sath's words. It is interesting to note how the book ends, with the parents creating a business plan that will help their children become business owners. There are a lot of wonderful things for children to learn from this book and that makes it perfect for tutors to use in classrooms to teach students about a lot of things they are not aware of. Parents can also have this book in their personal collection because it makes learning fun and entertaining, and it is the best way to encourage children to travel and discover new things. It is also a good way to make children become business-minded and become entrepreneurs.