This book demonstrates how everyone is unique and different and what I like most about it is that the author used utensils to prove that point. It hadn't been done before. What I also liked was the addition of chopsticks as another utensil. There's the basics of knife, fork and spoon, but I thought the chopsticks was also a nice touch. Needless to say I like different.
The illustrations were nicely done as well. Very colorful, but not as bright or bold as other books and I think it worked with the story. The pictures stood out without taking anything away from the plot and lesson.
My favorite part is that Spoon had an aunt that ran away with a dish and it was told to him as a bed time story. Very cute.
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