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Reviewed by Trisha Dawn for Readers' Favorite
Armita Zadeh’s What Children Love Around The World is a story about children from different countries and the similar things that children love despite coming from different places. All around the world, children are raised and taught differently because of their different cultures and environments. Despite these differences, children love almost the same things and love to play similar fun games as they grow up. Come and read What Children Love Around The World and learn the similarities that children have and discover, through its beautiful illustrations, the traditional clothes that children wear all over the world!
What Children Love Around The World by Armita Zadeh is a praise-worthy book full of brilliant illustrations that perfectly show the beauty of the different traditional clothes that people wear. The illustrations were fascinating and they made the story more fun to read. The book starts off with a few simple questions asked by a robot and this scenario made the story more engaging to me. It is a perfect tale for children to read and bond over. It will help them learn more about their own interests and also the interests of other children.
The story takes young readers on a short and exciting journey to the different parts of the world wherein they will be able to learn that despite the difference in cultures, children from other countries also have the same hobbies, interests, and games that they love. They will also be able to learn about the different traditional clothes that represent each country. This book helped broaden my knowledge with regards to the different traditional clothes and it also gave me a glimpse of what life was like in other places. Overall, it was an educational read that I thoroughly enjoyed! Well done!