This book review delves into the captivating story of “The Bad Seed” by Jory John. The review explores the journey of the main character and delves into the themes of redemption, empathy, and self-reflection. It highlights the powerful storytelling and the impact it has on readers of all ages. With its engaging narrative and thought-provoking message, “The Bad Seed” challenges readers to question their preconceptions and embrace the power of change. This review celebrates the book’s ability to provoke discussion and promote empathy.
Patrice Badami 0:00
Hi, this is Patrice Badami, with Acorn to tree children’s book review. And today I have a bad seed. It’s by George John and Pete Oswald. And this book is very interesting book because it talks about this little seed who looks at himself as being a bad seed. So the thing about it is he’s experienced things in his life. And those things led to him having the attitude that he has a little bit. He’s a little crabby. But he explains why he’s that way. So he also goes on in the book, learning that he’s not really a bad see, things have happened to him that changed him in some ways. But he’s able to see that he has some wonderful sides to him, too. And that everybody goes through things, and everybody has things happen to them, that change them a little bit, but they can still reach inside themselves and find the positive. So this is just a really great, other book in the series. Once again, it’s called the bad seed, written by George John and illustrated by Pete Oswald. And it’s another in the series teaching children about themselves how to look at themselves, how to be fair to themselves kind to themselves, and also how to relate to other people. So it’s just another amazing book.