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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Dad takes Missy with him to visit her grandma who has moved into a new apartment. While Dad is talking to a woman at a desk in the lobby, Missy looks around. She sees a little room and a man and a boy go into the little room. The doors of the little room close and when they open, a woman with a baby comes out. Missy keeps watching and she sees different people going in and different people coming out of the little room. When her dad comes back, he takes her to the little room but Missy does not want to go in there. She is scared she will come back looking different. What is this little room?
The Little Room that Changes People (An Early Learning Book Book 2) by Dolores Stedman introduces young readers to the concept of elevators in a very interesting way. The illustrations are adorable and they give clarity to the author’s words and the concept she is trying to convey to youngsters. I like the way Missy’s curiosity to know more about the little room has been handled. It is a good story to help children understand about elevators and, like Missy, their fear of getting into one and coming out looking different will disappear after reading this book. It is a good story to read out to children at home and in classrooms as it is about learning something new. Children are always observant and I am sure young readers will learn about elevators from this story.