The first book in the series "The Adventures of Sunny" takes off through the mind of a very curious little child. “Sunny - Too Little, Too Young” explores the new yet challenging life of Sunny who sees himself as too little and too young.
Set in a familiar environment, it can be read to a child as he or she recalls the familiar faces of family and the many adventures one has every day.
It’s refreshing to try to understand what goes on in the mind of a little child. Though the child has barely learned to talk, one never knows how much the child already knows about the world around him or her. Are we not constantly surprised how a child can suddenly know what a certain word means?
This book can strengthen the bond between parents and children. It can also help adults learn more about their children. How fast are they growing? How are they responding to the world around them? What new words and gestures have they discovered?
Perhaps one of my concerns for this book is the possibility that the child may indeed know better than we expect. A child also goes through a phase of constant imitation and experimentation and may need more guidance than we realize. Who knows what they’ll try to do when they become curious enough about what grownups (the big people) can do?
For safety purposes and to avoid any untoward incident later on, I felt this book should also contain a warning to parents to pay more attention to their children and to be very careful of their adorable and inquisitive ones.
Hi, I'm Joyce! I review Children's Books as well as Christian, Fantasy, Romance, Memoirs, and Mystery Books. I do freelance as well as book club reviews. I'm also a novelist, poet, and self-help author. My inspirational blog is definitely a place to share reviews from a similar genre.