Otis Grows by Kathryn Hast

cover109647-mediumOtis Grows by Kathryn Hast Otis is the story of an onion with parents who seem to disagree about everything and the challenges he faces as he discovers who he is and who he wants to be. While the story is a bit far-fetched, it excellently portrays how children might be feeling in this most recent political climate. This story would be a good read for children and adults alike. I am very impressed with the flow of writing and depiction of tough topics. It is wonderful for children to see that they have power in deciding who they want to be and a good reminder for adults to be more aware of their actions and impact on children.

I received this ARC from LuJu Books via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


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