Go Away Bad Mood – A Review

Author: Nayera Salam

Illustrator: Elsa Estrada

Publisher: Prolance

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Today I am going to review another of a children’s book by Prolance Publishers— Go Away Bad Mood written by Nayera Salam. A must read for kids with bad and grumpy moods :lol:. The book is about an imaginary, personified creature called ‘Bad Mood’. who tries to wreck havoc on the happiness and enjoyment of all living beings he visits.

Firstly this bad guy named ‘Bad Mood’ tries to spoil the fun of a jolly group of kids, and then moves on to annoy the little squirrels and birds he meets on his way, only to be resisted by all of them. So he gets kicked down a hole, where he meets a fairy that casts a spell on him, turning him into a good guy.

The author, Nayera Salam has adopted a unique way of presenting the text. The book begins with a little rhyming poem.  The whole text is in a rhyme and rhythm pattern, with a lush vocabulary to develop the language skills of young children.The illustrator Elsa Estrada has done a nice job by drawing those colorful and cute illustrations that add a touch of class to the book.

A good book to instill a sense of optimism and positivity in the younger generation. This book should for sure take a place of pride in the kid’s section of a public library as well as in the personal book collection of every little guy and gal.

A sneak peek into the book.

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You can get your copy from Amazon or from the author’s site.

Thank you for reading!

 

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