Our World is Whole
Our World is Whole is a story about a little girl who is part of her family and of the whole world. The little girl’s uncle sends her a late birthday card on a turtle’s back, which seems silly. Her neighbor, Mrs. Turner, likes to go grocery shopping so that she can chitchat. And then there’s her cousin Jerry, who doesn’t think you can cook too many tamales. Jerry must really like tamales. There’s never enough tamales. Jerry has a cat named ObiCat, and ObiCat likes to nap on books. The little girl’s dad likes to play baseball, while her mom thinks that families spin together like the whole world. The little girl likes how everyone is together.
The story is okay, but I don’t really get it. I think it’s silly that ObiCat naps on books. Books are for reading, not for napping on. The drawings of some of the animals look interesting because I don’t know if they are bunnies, or hedgehogs, or hedgehogs with bunny ears. I recommend this book to kids who like to read stories about family.
|Author||Gail Bush, Jennie Poh|
|Format||Hardcover Picture Book|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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