The Day Albert’s House Went Quiet

The Day Albert’s House Went Quiet details the life of a young boy named Albert who experiences a change in his home: peace and quiet. Albert wakes up one day and finds that his mom is not getting angry with him because of a missing sock and finds that his family too is not arguing or shouting. This is a big change for Albert, because he is used to chaos–so accustomed to it that he and his group of friends at school bonded over the chaoticness at home.

Author Dr. Debbie Obatoki has created a great children’s picture book that teaches young readers that there are always solutions to our problems. This story also illustrates how change is not always a bad thing, for Albert the change that happened was for the better and it strengthened his family. This book is a perfect way to start a conversation about change with your kids. The bright and emotive digitally rendered graphics compliment the light-heartedness of the story and will allow children to learn and understand different emotions. This is a wonderful story with a great message. The Day Albert’s House Went Quiet provides plenty of educational material in one feel-good story that will entertain any young one.

Pages: 46 | ASIN: B08SYN76R7


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