#22-Picture Book Review

This is a rhythmical book with a fun message. The story is about Juba hand-clapping games. They originated in Nigeria. The author cleverly adapts these chants into a quick-moving and engaging picture book. The illustrator also includes a whole new layer of fantasy as they visit the carnival.

My niece loved this colorful and fast-moving book from beginning to end. It may even inspire your kids to dance and get moving.

Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by: Irene S. Roth
Author and Editor


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