Book Review Of “I’m Worried” Written By Michael Ian Black, Illustrated by Debbie Ridpath Ohi @Simonkids @michaelianblack @inkyelbows

A girl, a flamingo, and a worried potato star in the third book in New York Times bestselling author Michael Ian Black and illustrator Debbie Ridpath Ohi’s series about feelings—and why they’re good, even when they feel bad.

Potato is worried. About everything.

Because anything might happen.

When he tells his friends, he expects them to comfort him by saying that everything will be okay. Except they don’t. Because it might not be, and that’s okay too. Still, there’s one thing they can promise for sure: no matter what happens…they will always be by his side.

Thank You Simon Kids for sending us a copy in exchange of an honest review. All opinions are our own.

I rate this book a 5 out of 5 Stars.

Gavin and Liam say “All the fingers up”

So, we were very fortunate, and got to review Michael Ian Black’s last book “I Am Sad” and we loved it. So I was ecstatic when I opened the package and found “I Am Worried” One of my twins is insanely worried all the time, when it gets windy, he’s terrified the Tornado sirens will go off, If I’m sick, he’s worried that I will end up in the hospital, and etc. So to get this book, and have 3 super cute characters tell him to not worry, and to focus on good/happy things was just what we needed.

I loved the moral to this story, and I was so happy that my boys liked this one, just as much as the last one. I am forever a fan of the “I Am” Series, and cannot wait to read more.

We love the bright illustrations, we loved that the story was short, because we like to read the same book several times in one sitting. This book holds my five year old twins attention, and that is a very hard thing to do!

I think this book will be perfect for kids ages 2-6 Years old.

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