BOOK REVIEWS

This is a wonderfully written and illustrated book. It reads like a fun and educational journey to prepare a child for what to expect when heading to the museum and a how-to narrative for a parent/guardian/carer taking a child on that trip.

There are parts of this book that are surprisingly moving, and it is evident that careful attention was paid to every image in this book. This is a wonderful addition to any child's library.

C. HAYDEN via Amazon

Mario arrived in Canada yesterday and introduced some very important topics to my seven-year olds! They loved the images and could relate the story to their own museum visits. I’m so thankful for the gentle introduction to the topic of slavery...

C. ENGELHARDT via Facebook

I especially like the questionaire in the back of the book. That's one of the skills I've been working on with my kids: comprehension. The kids love the story too. 

M. Shifaw via Instagram

This is an engaging, educational, and moving book about one child’s journey to understand history - and his place in it - during his first trip to a museum. I loved the relationship between Mario and his dad! I enjoyed watching Mario learn why there are rules and then to begin feeling more comfortable in a space that could very easily be overwhelming. So, in addition to being entertaining, I could see this book easily being useful as a “prep” for families taking their kid(s) to a museum for the first time.

The illustrations are simply stunning! Absolutely gorgeous. I can only imagine what this book means for Black children to be able to see themselves in its pages. I’m White and I can’t wait to introduce my future children to Mario one day so that they can learn from him.

In so many ways, this book teaches empathy, curiosity, and love!

J. Newsome via Amazon

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