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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Little Boz, a young girl, wanted to get to the mountain top, though her friends warned her that she would never make it. One day she packed her bags, put on her goggles, and went to explore. Her adventure began at the base of the mountain. She overcame the challenges of getting past a pile of boulders and then she came to a big tree lying in her path, who said she would not be able to get around it. Boz managed to reach the other side, only to encounter some prickly shrubs blocking her way like a wall. Once she crossed that, she came across a goat who greeted her at the summit.
Stronger Than The Mountain by Michael Bozzo Jr. is all about perseverance, confidence, self-belief, and never giving up, and the author makes these concepts easily understandable to readers. Rebecca Li makes the story vivid and lively with her colorful illustrations. It is a good storybook for tutors and parents to help children understand the power of self-belief, persevering and being optimistic, pursuing their dreams, and overcoming obstacles. Tutors and educators can use it in classrooms and school libraries to impart these messages in an interesting way. Storybooks like this always make concepts and messages engaging for youngsters, instead of sounding preachy. Little Boz will definitely encourage and motivate young readers to tap into their full potential and achieve their dreams.