Kiosk is a book about a woman who is stuck living in her kiosk and dreams of living on the beach and when her kiosk is swept away by a river she ends up making her dream a reality. I think the plot was very original and entertaining. I’ve never heard of a story like this and I was always wondering what would happen next. I think the characters are each unique in their own way but also very relatable. I especially got to know Olga, the main character. She had an interesting life story and I could empathize with her because she wanted to get out and see the world. I think the moral of the story is that everyone can pursue their dreams no matter the situation. There were many pictures in this book and I think they were very beautiful. They looked as if they were painted right onto the book.
There were many colorful details and that’s one of the reasons why I recommend this book to younger kids. There wasn’t any figurative language but some good adjectives. Most sentences were brief but still flowed together into a well-written page. I recommend this book for kids ages five to ten years old. I don’t think that this book would make a great series because it would be too repetitive, and the story ended on a good note. This book is very unique and I’ve never heard or seen anything like it. I would definitely recommend this book for your kids because the characters were funny and relatable, and it’s a unique book. Overall, I think this book was original and had a beautiful ending. “She dreams of distant seas and splendid sunsets.”
|Format||Hardcover Picture Book|
|Page Count||40 pages|
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