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My review for I M POSSIBLE by Anitha Rathod #Children’s #PictureBook #Rhyming




Author: Anitha Rathod

Published: June 5th, 2020

Pages: 19

Rating: 4/5*



My Review:

This is a children’s story, told in rhyme,

With bouncy letters trying to change the world this time.

Julia realises the power of the 26 letters

Collecting words she wants to know better

But when she tries to make ‘i m possible’ she finds that it

Just won’t letter the letters go together to fit.

Intrigued she discovers that the word need something new

A meaning that makes it hard but possible, too!

There are questions to answer, puzzles to do

And fun activities based on the story for me and you


Thank you BookSirens for a copy of this book which I read and reviewed voluntarily.



Julia loves to play with the letters. The letters teach her new words that keep her hooked to the world of books. She enjoys playing scrabble and cross words. The letters make words and the words make sentences and these sentences make the wonderful books. Julia collects news words and hangs them up on her wall and learns their meanings. The joyful letters are happy to jump around on her wall. One day, Julia comes across a word that acts strangely on the wall. They refuse to stay together as a word and want to stay apart unless Julia promises to change their meaning. Learn how Julia discovers the new meaning for the word, ‘IMPOSSIBLE.’

In the last book, “The silent T,” Julia learns that the letter T is silent when one says, ‘I can’t’ and now in this book she discovers the new meaning to the word, ‘Impossible.’ A captivating book that teaches young kids that nothing is impossible if one has the determination and the will to follow their dreams. A book that inspires never give up attitude.

Buy Link: Amazon



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