Some want to become stars overnight doing nothing!
Stickle, the squirrel, lives in the forest with her family. She dreams of becoming the most famous person but is lazy and decides everything in a rush. With the support of her parents, Stickle thinks of a way to reach her goal. She decides on becoming a scientist but is lazy to work for it. In haste, Stickle pretends to have found something, but things become strange afterwards. Did she make her wish come true? Discover now from this illustrated picture book that will help your child learn an important moral.
Best suited for preschoolers and children up to the age of eight.
Stickle the squirrel, lives with her family in a mango tree. She plays with friends in the morning then sleeps all day.
Like many people, Stickle wants to be famous but doesn’t want to work for success. As she ponders different careers, she realizes what she doesn’t like about each one.
One day, Stickle makes a discovery. . .
The Delicious Shadow is a clever story teaching children many lessons about career choices, a few life choices and pleasant surprises.
I enjoyed how the author, Srividhya Lakshmanan, integrated reasons why different career choices would not be compatible with Stickle’s personality nor her life.
The illustrations are attractive and aptly present the story.
The Delicious Shadow, perfect for beginning readers, teaches lessons all children can learn from.
I received The Delicious Shadow from BookSirens. I am leaving this review voluntarily.