Along with being a fun book for kids to read, both kids and parents alike, will find it just as greatly a learning tool too.
I love how the author interjected himself into the book as the animal keeper in the story. Subconsciously, I felt like there was a gentle mini therapy session going on. Both kids and parents can be educated about what their love languages are and how we can tune into others also.
I think this is a great way to show kids that we are all different and even show love and like to be shown love in different ways. For parents, this is knowledge that will bring them closer to their children as they are able to tune in to what ways their child enjoys receiving love the most.
There is a short quiz in the back of the book kids can look through to get an idea of what their Love Language is. Besides all this learning, the book itself has wonderful illustrations and lots of hidden objects for the reader to find. A definite treasure, kids will enjoy.
I received this book free from Moody Publishers as part of their Blogger Review Program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.