Review: Kathryn the Grape’s Colorful Adventure

Kathryn the Grape's Colorful Adventure
Kathryn the Grape’s Colorful Adventure by Kathryn Cloward
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

“Kathryn the Grape’s Colorful Adventure” by Kathryn Cloward is a wonderful resource for children who need help building their self-esteem and who need help learning ways in which they are valuable to others. The story begins with Kathryn the Grape eating dinner. She doesn’t like what they are having for dinner and never has and, because of this, she feels as if her parents love her brothers more than she because they, sometimes, serve the dinner she doesn’t like.
Going forward, Maggie, a fairy to Kathryn, is introduced and takes Kathryn the Grape on a magical adventure showing her that she has, within her, the values and the fruits that make her a great person, a “colorful” person. All she has to do in look inside of herself and act on them, and she will find them. Maggie also reminds her that everybody, including her parents and her brothers, are “colorful” too.
Personally, I really liked this book. As a parent, I will definitely keep this book in mind for my daughter to read as she gets older.
I give it 4 stars.

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