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Guide to laughing at people who care about you
Reviewed in the United States on May 10, 2020
For most of the book, Rosie gets laughed at by people she trusts and loves, when she tries to help them. And then one person, who laughs at her, later hugs her and tells her it's OK to fail. How does this model good behavior for kids? What expectations does it set?
There is also very little realism to the ideas, (every invention revolves around cheese), nothing that would actually interest a child who is interested in engineering. Also note that fakespot rating for the book is a D, I. E. A lot of fake reviews.