Required Reading

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Monday, April 9, 2018

Isosceles’ Day by Kevin J. Meehan

This was a hard review to write.  I think the author and his subject are both special.  Both of them due to the experience they had in their lives.  I love the illustrations.  The text left me a bit bemused.   The dancing eggs left me confused.   I really did not get the book at all until I read the notes at the end.  I read other reviews that stated there was a positive message on nutrition.  I just didn’t see that.  After reading the end notes, I realized that the different animals were illustrative of Isosceles’ friends.   I struggled to find continuity across the illustration.   I guess each page could be used as a discussion point.  Due to the warmth of the illustrations, the book deserves regard.

I really like the illustrations and the motivation behind the book.

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