Picture Book Review: Violet’s Tempest

Violet's Tempest by Ian Eagleton

Violet’s Tempest
by Ian EagletonClara Anganuzzi (Illustrator)
4 out of 5 stars

Violet has been cast in the part of Ariel in her class’s production of The Tempest, but Violet doesn’t feel light and airy like the fairy she is supposed to be playing. She feels heavy with sadness and worry. Her voice is a whisper, and she is petrified with stage fright. What can she do to find the courage to act in the play?

I loved that Violet’s grandmother encourages and guides her as Violet navigates this internal “tempest”. Her grandmother is so kind and patient. Violet’s uncles, who appear to be a homosexual couple, also try to encourage her.

This was such a sweet book about finding your own voice and having the confidence to perform in your own way. I really liked the positive messages in this book!

The illustrations are so beautiful! I love the art style and the warm colors. Every page is a delight!

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.

One thought on “Picture Book Review: Violet’s Tempest

  1. Hello. My name is Candice I work at Indie Blu(e) Publishing. We are always looking for experienced good book reviewers to consider some of our titles for review. If you are at all interested please go to http://www.indieblu.net and check out our recent titles. Should you be interested in reviewing any of our stand-alone poetry/fiction titles OR one of our anthologies, we would be glad to send you a review copy by email (PDF/Ebook). We sell our titles widely through all mediums and book reviews go a long way to letting others know about our publishing company. Should this be of interest to you please contact me at indieblusubmissions@gmail.com and let me know the title you are interested in reviewing OR ask me for a recommendation. If this is not of interest, my apologies for writing directly on your page and thank you for what you do in the book reviewing blogging world. Sincerely, Candice Louisa Daquin – Senior Editor / Indie Blu(e) Publishing

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