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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
At some point in time, we all feel alone. It's okay to sometimes be alone but no one wants to always be alone. In You're Never Alone by Lisa Crystal, children will be inspired and encouraged knowing that they're never alone, even when no one is around. This beautifully illustrated children's picture book presents a powerful mantra of affirmation that your child can learn and repeat as needed. It will instill peace within them during the times that they're feeling alone and sometimes afraid. When anyone, especially a child, feels the love and warmth of someone close to them, it instills a feeling of security. This book will help in making your child feel both safe and secure because they know that someone is there. Add this jewel to your library today and help your child build confidence in the world around them.
I found that this book has several meanings which I enjoyed discovering because: 1) it's ideal for a beginning reader; 2) it's an easy read and the various colorful pictures make it fun to read; and 3) the message is insightful for a young reader. I liked how Lisa intertwined the various elements of life to tell the story from the butterfly and turtle to the kangaroo. Also, it allows the child to better see and understand that at some point they would - just like all youngsters - have to grow up, prepare and go out into the world. I honestly believe that this book will be one of your child's favorites that they will want to share with their friends. Enjoy!