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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Ben is very excited about his birthday and he has always been like this. Ben and his mother have been counting how many days are left for his seventh birthday. There are only ten more days and Ben wants to have a party with balloons, candy, and a treasure hunt. He wants to make the people who come to his birthday party happy. The next day Ben gives out birthday party invitations to his friends in the neighborhood. The invitation is really strange. It says RAOK on the top and asks them to bring a stuffed toy instead of a gift. His friends are really excited. Let us join Ben and his friends and see what RAOK stands for and why they have been asked to bring stuffed toys.
The Happiest Birthday Ever by Stephanie Berger is a beautiful story that conveys wonderful messages to young readers and teaches them to spread love and kindness around. It is a must-have book on any bookshelf, be it at home, in school libraries, or public libraries. Parents and tutors will find the book perfect to help children understand how random acts of kindness and love can bring joy to people, and make their birthday parties a time and place to do good deeds. Books always play a great role in influencing children and conveying concepts, messages, values, and ethics in a way that can be comprehended easily. The author gives good ideas to parents and children to conduct their birthday parties in a manner where there are acts of kindness and love instead of just celebrations and partying.