The Red Fence

The Red Fence

By Ed Damiano

Illustrated by Jenn Polk

Picture Book

38 Pages

Ages 0-99

Mascot Books

Hardcover

In the uniform town of Vanderloo,Everyone, everywhere has the same view.What happens when Astred, tiny Todd, and NedDecide to paint their white fence red?Children’s author and Mom’s Choice Award winner Ed Damiano delivers a poignant message about community and creativity in The Red Fence.

My Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

This entire book has the classic Dr. Seuss feel, from the characters to the rhyming story. It was absolutely magical to read aloud to my son. I also love the message behind the story – it’s okay to be different. Being different is what makes us unique, a way of showing ourselves through different areas of our lives. Whether that is a fence painted red amongst nothing but white fences, the style of clothes you wear, music you listen to or how you style your hair. It’s one of those books that you will read over and over and never get tired of it. Bound to be a classic. I usually can’t wait to see what Ed comes up with next!

About The Author

Ed Damiano is a recipient of the Mom’s Choice Award for his book The Christmas Blanket. Born in Newark, New Jersey, Ed has always had a passion for creativity, and his stories always contain a positive message. In The Christmas Blanket, his character EJ realizes the true meaning of Christmas, which is not about getting presents, but about giving back to others. In his newest book, The Red Fence, Ed tells the story of a community that comes together when they realize it’s okay to embrace each other’s differences.

Huge thanks to Foreword Publicity and Ed fit gifting me a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. To get your copy just click the link below!

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