Review: Red: A Crayon’s Story by Michael Hall

Let’s say you want to write a children’s book, and you are doing so because you have a point to make. If you’re like many authors, you start out with that point in mind, then whip up a plot that more or less covers the ground you want, populate it with somewhat unique characters, and finish off with a great big ol’ teachable moment at the end.

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