Worry Wart is a good story to teach a good lesson. Chloe Lore is a very worrisome girl–that’s all she ever thinks about! After worrying WAY too much, she grows a “worry wart” on her nose–and she wants it to go away. In this cute story, watch Chloe as she figures out how exactly not to be such a worrywart.
Lisa Kildahl received her BA in Economics at Oakland University in Rochester Hills Michigan. With over 15 years of business experience, she has a diverse background including underwriting at John Hancock, employee benefits analysis at Johnson & Higgins and most currently working with The Fisher Agency. [from http://parablesandbooks.com/authors/lisa-kildahl/]
This book is pretty cute. I love the pictures–are they clay? It’s also great that a moral is incorporated into the story. However, I don’t feel as if this is the most attention catching book for young children–nothing particularly crazy, funny, or interesting happens in the book. It’s just about a girl who finds out how not to worry…well, I’m not saying it has no plot, (I mean, it’s not every day you see a girl who gets a wart on her nose from worrying!) it’s just that it’s not very stand-out-ish.
Overall, I would rate this book 3.5 stars.
**I received a copy of this eBook for free from Parables & Books through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I received no other compensation.**