Book Title: I Miss School by Ryan Reaves
Category: Children’s Non-Fiction (Ages 3-7), 24 pages
Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Publisher: Dawn Reaves
Release date: Feb 2021
Content Rating: G for everyone.
“I Miss School” is written by a child, for a child. In this heartwarming and honest story, kids will understand that their feelings about the pandemic are normal and it is perfectly acceptable to feel a range of emotions related to not going to in-person school. The book instills hope for kids that brighter days are ahead.
Six-year-old Ryan Reaves began writing her debut story “I Miss School” at five years old after yearning to return to her brick-and-mortar school during the covid 19 pandemic. She wanted to write the book for other kids, so they knew they weren’t alone in their thoughts and feelings and that we are all in this together.
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How often do we get to read a book written by a six-year old? I Miss School is a charming book from a young girl with her thoughts during the lockdown. She is in her home with her computer and books. While she is situated in her learning spot at home, she’s thinking about all of the things and people that she misses. She looks forward to playing with friends, hugging her teacher, and greeting her parents after school. Young readers will definitely relate to the words of young Ryan.