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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
After a rainy day the rainbow appeared for everyone to see. When it was night, the color Red in the rainbow ran away to see the stars and as he watched the stars, his friends in the rest of the rainbow went searching for him. But Red wants to be left alone and he does not want to be disturbed while gazing at the stars. Yellow has an idea. He thinks they should all watch the stars together. Orange wonders if they can be in the night sky like the stars. The colors start discussing things and Red is annoyed because his peace is disturbed. After a while they all start arguing with each other, and decide to break up.
The Day the Rainbow Broke Up by Casey S. Bell is a magical story that speaks about appreciating each other’s differences and living in harmony. Diversity is wonderful and I like the way the author handles a relevant topic in a very unique and fresh way. I love the way she makes the colors converse and argue with each other. The illustrations are whimsical and enchanting and they make the author’s words more appealing and captivating. The author helps young readers understand that everyone is unique in their own way and that diversity and differences add color and make the world a beautiful place. It is a charming story for interactive sessions in classrooms and parents can use it for bedtime storytelling to help children understand the importance of unity, being together, and acceptance.