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Wonder Walk by Ilham Alam - Book Review

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Get out there with the curious Johnny and his patient Mommy, in this colourful, rhyming book, celebrating all the wonders of the everyday world. What do they see? What do they hear? What do they talk about?

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My Review
Wonder Walk is a short, cute read about a little boy named Johnny and his mom. They're out for a walk, and along the way, they see some things that Johnny wants to know more about. His mom tells him about sunflowers, bugs, and even birds. And when Johnny finally makes it home and goes to sleep, he dreams of all the wonderful things he saw on his walk earlier that day.
There's a little bit of a rhyme scheme to the story, which will thrill young readers. It's a cute story that's easy to read and follow along with. The illustrations are nicely done, too.
Parents of young readers will appreciate the simplicity of this story. Check it out!
4 stars!

Author Bio
ILHAM ALAM was born in Kuwait City, Kuwait, in 1986 to expatriate parents. She lived there until 1997 when she alongside her family emigrated to Toronto, Canada. It was in Canada, while attending elementary school, that she was recognized for crafting simple themes and weaving words into engaging stories, which she has continued to do ever since.

At the University of Toronto, Ilham followed her love of stories by pursuing a degree in English Literature. She also wrote for Canada's largest student newspaper, The Varsity, at this time.

"Wonder Walk" is Ilham's first published book. Her short story also appears in Just Words Volume II and the Canadian Literary Arts Magazine, Blank Spaces. She lives in Toronto with her family, which includes a 20lb cat named Beauty.

Ilham believes that in order to be a writer, one needs to be a voracious reader and experience diverse genres and styles of writing, as well.

You can follow Ilham on the following platforms:

INSTAGRAM: @storymummy86
TWITTER: @IlhamAl50397575

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