When a little alien is sent to observe the humans of Earth, thing slowly begin to take turns in which the little alien never understood before. Instead of humans, the little alien stumble upon many creatures who teach him valuable lessons of life, love, happiness, and even loss.
“we will always be with u. we internalize traits we observe in others as a way to honor and remeber them. we are all living memorials”
When picking this book up, I had no idea I would like this book so much. From the first page to the very last, you’re met with pure innocence learning about some of the greatest things in life; love, happiness, loneliness, and even loss. Every character in this book offers such a unique perspective on the things happening and I doubt that any reader won’t find at least one character they relate to. This is one of those reads that are wholesome, pure, bittersweet, but also something so much more.
However, among all the cuteness and the pureness, I can understand why many readers wouldn’t like this book. This book doesn’t have the greatest spelling in the world. Whether the spelling was intentional or not, this can definitely make reading this book difficult at times. While the spelling didn’t bother me too much, if you’re someone who gets upset and bothered by things being spelled wrong then I doubt you’ll like this book. There’s so much this book offers from the life lessons to relatable characters, but spelling is the reason why I lowered the rating from five stars to a four star.
Overall, this book was truly pure and wholesome. It was like reading about life lessons told from, not only the perspective of a child, but from various characters of different ages. It just has that kind of vibe to it. It’s also an incredibly quick read that has cute, little drawings to help the reader understand what’s happening on that page. I think this little book will be the book many readers will need to make their heart feel warm and fuzzy. Definitely a book worth reading with any younger siblings!
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