Rooty the Rutabaga by Steven Megson (Book Review #1297)

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Rooty the Rutabaga is a children’s book and is about a root vegetable that isn’t very popular. Root is in the dark part of the garden and does not feel included with all the known vegetables. Together with all of the other existing vegetables, they find a way to include Root, teaching children about inclusivity and friendship. 

The book has excellent illustrations and colorful pages, ensuring the young mind keeps reading and looking at the pictures.

The author has picked a beautiful story to tell. Not only does the child know more about vegetables, but it also learns acceptance and to love everyone as equals.

I recommend this book to parents looking for good reading material for their children.

Written by Jeyran Main

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