Claudette’s Miraculous Motown Adventure Book Review from @kleffnotes

Little Claudette is one of the happy children who lives in the magical kingdom of Motown where she is free to sing and dance in the streets. That is until an evil witch descends upon the town and curses it into a dark silence. With no more joy in her once magical world, Claudette ventures inside and once there finds a surprising box that could bring the magic back to Motown.

When Claudette finds a box of Miracles in her attic she releases four little fellows named Smokey, Bobby, Ronnie, and Pete. There music is so sweet that she feels compelled to sing along and as Claudette and the Miracles sing together they hope they can return Motown to the magical land it once was. Claudette Robinson was an original member of The Miracles and this story is a sweet read for young music lovers. Drawing from her own connections Robinson makes this story beautiful.

Pamela C. Rice’s illustrations bring this story to life in a way that allows the words of A.K. Morris and Claudette Robinson to show the power music can have. This is a picture book, which I don’t often review, but this story is a delight and if you are looking for a gift for a music loving child reader this is perfect. Claudette is a character that young readers will love. You can get your copy of Claudette’s Miraculous Motown Adventure today.

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