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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Lili liked to play with Little Teddy and she liked to talk to Little Teddy before breakfast, before a nap, and before she said goodnight. She talked to her Little Teddy when she was happy, sad, or worried. Lili has a little brother at home and she explained the meaning of sharing to Little Teddy. She told him her Mommy said sharing was caring and her father said sharing was nice. Lili was trying to understand what sharing was when her Mommy said she could share her cereal with her little brother. Lili then tells Little Teddy she can share her Daddy and Mommy too, and also her Grandma. It was her Grandma who got her Little Teddy. Would Lili have to share Little Teddy with her brother?
Shall I Share Little Teddy Too? by Ronita Saidian is a beautiful story about sibling love, sharing, and caring. The story will also help children feel safe and comfortable in their relationships and value their belongings. Noor Alshalabi breathes life into the scenes and characters and makes the concept clear to children with her colorful and lively illustrations. It is a good story to help children learn about sharing their things with their siblings. Tutors and parents will find the book useful to teach children valuable lessons on loving their siblings and sharing with them. Books like this are good to introduce to children at a young age to help them understand the importance of sharing and caring when explained with the help of a story and interesting characters.