Keri is Cute Cute Cute - Book Review

Keri is Cute Cute Cute - Book Review
Keri is Cute Cute Cute is written by Karen Wiesner and illustrated by Molly M. Courtright.

In the book, Keri is Cute Cute Cute we learn about a little girl. She is constantly being told how cute she is and she believes everyone. She is cute! Her dad says she is cute, her mom says she is cute. Even with oatmeal all over her face, or doing something as simple as just crawling across the floor. She receives accolades just for her cuteness!

When she goes to school she continues to receive attention for her cuteness. However, she meets friends who can actually do something. This is a new concept for her- her friends are receiving recognition for drawing and counting, yet, she only is recognized for being cute. She starts to wonder if there isn't something more to her life, and she wants to be more than just a pretty face.

This is a good book to help your child learn they have value beyond their looks. Keri tries to figure out what she can be known as. Instead of “Keri is Cute” she toys with the idea of Keri the Clown (no that doesn’t work), how about Keri the Hot Dog Man, (nope, another bad idea).

Inadvertently she falls upon her skill and recognizable talent when she rescues a dog from the pond. Now she can announce -- Hi! I’m Keri, I’m Cute, and I’m a Good Swimmer!

About the Author:
Karen Wiesner writes across the genres, and has over 100 books published in the past 15 years.

About the Illustrator:
Molly M. Courtright has more than 20 years of graphic design and illustrations experience.

Note: I was provided this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.
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