The Story of AND: The Little Word That Changed the World
This book is about teamwork and the word “and.” This story begins with a girl who loves to count. Her parents, her neighbors, and even her principal at school thought that her counting was useless. One day, she read an old story and everyone listened to her. This was the story of the word “And.” And becomes the main character of the book. And creates relationships between shapes that go on to create items we can’t live without. And also creates relationships between people and places.
The illustrations of this book are kind-of childish. They are very brightly colored. I would recommend this book only for very young children or maybe beginning readers. The subject matter isn’t very exciting, and it is kind of weird for older kids, but because the book is a rhyming book, little kids would probably really like it. The truth is, that the book makes a lot of sense because we really need the word “and.” I couldn’t have written this review without it!
|Author||Sandy Eisenberg Sasso|
|Page Count||40 pages|
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