For Every One

Publisher: Knights Of/404 Ink

Review

The wonderful Jason Reynolds has written this seamless long-form poem about achieving your dreams and reaching your potential. In this exceptionally honest account, Reynolds draws upon his own experiences to reach out to the reader and provide reassurance to those who may need support and the belief to realise their potential.

For Every One is one of those books that can be picked up time and time again throughout your life, and each opportunity to open this book will bring a refreshing take on the world around you. The varying size and type of fonts used throughout this little book draws your attention to particular words and phrases and act as a call of action to make positive changes. This is certainly a brilliant addition to your bookshelves and one that both children and adults can treasure.

A small but perfectly formed and utterly delightful book: an ideal pick-me-up for everyone.

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