Thursday, July 16, 2015

Children's Book Review

Bittersweet Chocolate - Lillian Steiner

A bar of bittersweet chocolate knows how great she tastes, and she’s happy to move from the supermarket shelf to the cupboard in the kitchen.
She hopes that someone will choose and enjoy her wonderful flavor.

But what happens? She waits and waits and waits, and then…

Lillian Steiner, a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, is the author of "Hilla’s Choice".
An expert in children’s literature and gender studies.
Steiner is currently the Vice President for Academic Affairs of Hemdat Hadarom College, a teachers’ college in Israel, where she is a lecturer and head of the Continuing Education Unit. She has years of experience in education and teachers’ training. 

Bittersweet is a precious little book with a moral lesson. Just because someone is different, and may be looked over time after time again, does not mean they are not wanted by someone somewhere. Well written and illustrated. I recommend this book to be read by all ages. I gave it five stars. *****

If you want a really cute book to read to your child or grandchild I highly recommend this book. The illustrations are clear and concise.

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