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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Lemon Day by Emily Rays is a delightful and fun read with good and positive messages for young readers. The plot revolves around a wicked villain who lives on top of a hill and who is eager to know what goes on in the castle below. The castle is filled with happiness and joy, and everyone lives peacefully. The wicked villain sends them a letter to which Mother Magnificent gives a fitting reply, and asks him to have an open mind and have A LEMON DAY. The wicked villain realizes how much he has wasted his life...
The story, written in rhyming verses, is lyrical and will fascinate readers with its rhythms and sounds. The illustrations are bright and colorful and they not only bring the scenes to life, but also the characters, making the story vivid. It's a good bedtime storybook and can also be used for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries. The positive messages in the story will encourage children to look into their behaviors and attitudes, and motivate them to make the right changes in their lives.
Books help children understand the concept, message, and the moral with clarity when narrated via pictures and a story. The transformation of the wicked villain and the importance of not taking life too seriously is a good lesson.