Ollie’s Garden by Riya Aarini

Ollie’s Garden by Riya Aarini
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Children’s (0 – 6 y.o.)
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Ollie is king of his garden. Animals and insects of all colors, shapes, and sizes live among its grasses, flowers, and trees. When the garden creatures fight, Ollie is left to sort out the mess and return peace to his garden kingdom. Will Ollie’s garden become a place of acceptance and tolerance? Find out when you pick up this lively garden tale!

Ollie loves his garden and enjoys seeing so much of nature’s beauty in it. This is a fun and well illustrated children’s story with plenty of colour and vibrancy to help young readers recognize all the wonderful things in the world surrounding them.
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I enjoyed how this story was short enough to read to youngsters, but still had a solid plot and a lesson for adults to help impart to children. I feel this gentle but important moral should help teach children about being fair, showing tolerance and not taking revenge when others treat them wrong. This lesson was repeated a few times – shown with the red and orange ladybugs, the toads and the frogs, then the squirrels and the chipmunks.

I thought it quite important how even though Ollie got frustrated when the garden animals wouldn’t listen to him and get along, Ollie persevered until playing with his own friends gave him an idea on how to sort his own problems out. While Ollie admittedly showed a maturity and wisdom well beyond his young years – I feel the delivery and lesson showcased throughout the story is a vital one for youngsters and is one well-deserved on repeating over and over.

The brightly colored pictures and easily-relatable style of the story should hopefully keep kids both entertained – but also help them learn the important life-lesson being portrayed here.

Fun and a lovely short read, this is an excellent book with a great moral.

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