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When I agreed to read this book for review, I didn't expect to enjoy it so much. I have been reading it aloud to my 7 and 9 year olds for a few weeks and we are all caught up in the story. They always ask for "just one more (chapter)" and I usually read another chapter because I am enjoying it so much too.
We are only about half-way through reading A Drop of Hope, but I can whole-heartedly recommend it. The characters are well developed and their stories so well connected that we are left wanting more at the turn of each page and at the end of each chapter. We usually stay up a little longer so we can read "just one more".
A Drop of Hope is a Scholastic publication written by Keith Calabrese. I read that his seven year old daughter dared him to write a children's book so he did. He is a screenwriter by trade.
"Told from multiple points of view, A Drop of Hope is a book that shows how a single act of kindness can create waves and remind us how powerful a little hope can be."
It is refreshing to find a book that is both enjoyable for young and old alike making it a great family read aloud book. You can find A Drop of Hope where children's books are sold and at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound, BooksA-Million, iBooks, Audible, and Google Play.
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