Today is also the release day of Lauren St John’s The Snow Angel. Set in Kenya, this middle-grade/teen read is a beautiful story that is magically original & jam-packed with emotion.
I was sent an eARC of this book by Zephyr in return for an honest review.
Today two books that I have previously read are being released, & the first is the adorable children’s book called The Girl Who Said Sorry by Hayoung Yim!
The Girl Who Said Sorry is a very quick read, with only 16 pages, but it carries a very important message for young girls. The book shows several examples of when girls are told contradicting things whilst growing up, for example being told that we’re too thin & then being told not to eat something later on the same day – for which we then apologise for! The book then goes on to show The Girl Who Said Sorry deciding that she’s no longer going to apologise for being herself, & that it is okay to express yourself – that it’s not something to apologise for!
With gorgeous illustrations & poetic wording, The Girl Who Said Sorry is perfect for little girls who are just starting to learn to read & for the ones who may be questioning how they fit into this world.
You can purchase the book for your little ladies using the links below:
Amazon.co.uk | Amazon.com | Book Depository