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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
Sunflowers is a collection of poems that reflect on being grateful for good times in the company of others. Through our words, we can show affection and positive intentions, and these poems will lift your spirits. Isabel Scheck describes her feelings and emotions on a personal level while conveying warmth and empathy. The book title is an allegory where loved ones are represented by these flowers. Isabel also explores her feelings as a poet and communicates her thoughts as she writes, remaining focused on the topic while sharing her experiences with others. The book presents poetry that inspires readers to admire what is around them and to share goodwill.
Sunflowers encourages friendship, describing what it is to share special moments with our loved ones. I liked the ideas this book promotes because it demonstrates the joy of doing something good for others without expecting anything in return. Isabel Scheck writes in a way that is frank when it comes to sharing her feelings, doubts, and joys. The sunflower theme is warm and appropriate. She shares her experiences in a few words with great clarity and the poems can be enjoyed even if you have not read poetry before. I also enjoyed seeing the way Isabel dedicates herself to sharing moments of laughter and happiness. She embodies gentleness and honesty. The collection is perfect for reading with others and showing our gratitude for shared experiences.