What’s Today For?
By: Jessy Humann
This is sweet and sentimental tale. It presents a walk through various days with a perspective of being positive or reflective or full of gratitude.
In order to do a resonance-check, one should note that there’s a line that mentioned that friends helped to teach the character that he is enough. I recognize that some children might feel isolated by that sentiment.
There is also a statement which says that the day is for wondering about tomorrow. Parents who teach their children to stay in the present moment might not feel aligned to that.
But overall, the book is short, sweet, and presents the message that no matter what is happening – you are enough!
Review by: Jennifer Nelson 9/9/21
(I did not purchase this book, I received an advanced reader copy).