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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Aliyah and her brother Zade were going on a picnic to the mangroves and Aliyah was very excited. The mangroves were the natural forests of the desert and she loved exploring them. After their picnic, Aliyah and Zade went off to play and they ran into a falcon who was crying. The falcon was upset because it couldn't find the party where they celebrated the blooming of the hyacinths. Aliyah and Zade offered to assist the falcon by helping to solve some riddles to get the password that will take it to the party. Let's read the story to learn more about the puzzles and see if Aliyah and Zade will be successful in helping the falcon find its way to the hyacinth party.
Spring Bloom: A Math Adventure Story by Sadia Mir and Summer Al-Jarrah Bateiha is a delightful story that teaches young readers math in a fun and interactive way, and it also introduces them to some fascinating animals and birds as they join the falcon in solving the riddles. Inna Ogando adds life to the story and the characters with her colorful and bright illustrations that give the story a good pace and movement. Learning math has been made simple, easy, and adventurous and it is a good storybook for parents and tutors to teach their kids math without making it too difficult for them. Books like this are good for children to make learning interesting with the help of puzzles, riddles, fascinating characters, and wonderful pictures. Spring Bloom by Sadia Mir and Summer Al-Jarrah Bateiha will hold the attention of young readers easily.