SoSo-LaLa Teaches Acceptance and Resilience
The Children’s Book Review | February 23, 2015
Author Rany Shamloul, in his first children’s picture book, discusses acceptance and resilience through the eyes of two lovely characters, SoSo-lala, a funny robot and Amelia, a cute little girl.
“Soso-lala, the Different” is a great book about a funny and different robot who visits a little lovely girl who’s afraid of things she’s not used to. With beautiful illustrations showing cute and adorable characters and a perfect-paced text, this story discusses two very important concepts, acceptance and resilience.
The story begins with confusion and puzzlement, peaks with a big conflict and ends with a lesson to us all. “Soso-lala, the Different” best suits kids between 3 and 8 years old. Parents, too, will enjoy reading through it.
“A wonderful story, nicely illustrated about the importance of being open to new ideas, experiences and people. Recommended for anyone” writes Michael Stewart, a well-known children’s book writer, in his review on amazon.com.
Rany Shamloul is a physician and a clinical research professional. This is his first children’s picture book. He lives in Ottawa, Canada with his wife and his two daughters, who are the inspiration for this story. For contact and interviews, Rany Shamloul can be reached at ranyshamloul At gmail Dot com.
For more info about the story, please check http://www.amazon.ca
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