A little mouse who loves watching the sunset comes across a snake on its way one day. Scared for his life, the mouse tries his best to come up with anything that would create a friendship between him and the snake. Would his efforts work? “First Things First” is a sweet story in the appreciation of friendship.
It helps children understand that sometimes the unlikeliest friendships could be built with enough effort, passion, and care.
Yashar Hodaei’s Review on “First Thing First” | An Adapted Summary.
What makes this story so special is not just the plot, but the way it’s told. The illustrations by Samaneh Rahbarnia beautifully infuse the story with more layers of meaning. The way the story and illustrations interact creates a unique reading experience that engages young readers and encourages them to think creatively.
But this story isn’t just about entertainment. It also has an important message for kids: that it’s okay to be afraid, but it’s essential to face your fears and think creatively in difficult situations. The story shows how the mouse overcomes his fear by using his wit and charm, which is a valuable lesson for anyone, young or old.
The three main features of this title are:
1. Characterization of the work
2. Aesthetic aspects
3. Function or impact on the audience
Overall, “First Things First” is a thought-provoking children’s story that encourages young readers to confront their fears and think creatively in difficult situations. The story’s rich characterization, artistic value, and cognitive impact make it a valuable addition to any child’s librar.