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Magic Little Words by Angèle Delaunois and Manon Gauthier

Bravo Angèle Delaunois you did it. And, so did you Manon Gauthier with your whimsical collages that simply add to the charm of this book. Magic Little Words gives kids meaning behind the polite words they are taught to say. 

"Please" becomes a magic key that opens most doors. 

"I love you" sings like a beautiful song for two.

I even love how Angèle Delaunois is able to portray a "Rest in peace" page, for eyes that have closed forever. Parents understand how hard it is to explain this topic to their kids. Kudos to Angèle Delaunois for doing this beautifully and respectfully in the most simple of words. The Flat Rabbit by Bardur Oskarsson is another lovely book that does an absolutely remarkable job of distilling the essence of death and explaining it to kids in a digestible children's book. 

A perfect book to help kids through their day. It is a book that kids will pick up again and again and every time they will understand courtesies with a deeper emotional attachment. 

And for all those visiting our city this July for the Pan Am and Parapan Am Games we'd like to say:
Magic Little Words is published by Chirp, chickaDEE and OWL 
Review by
@ShilpaRaikar for @SukasaReads (a division of @SukasaStyle)

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