Book review: Get Up, Stand Up by Bob Marley and Cedella Marley and illustrated by John Jay Cabuay.

Book review of picture book Get Up Stand Up

My dad is a big fan of Bob Marley’s music so I’m looking forward to showing him this book. I might even challenge him to read it without singing. I certainly found it hard.

Inside picture book Get Up, Stand Up on

This is a great read for young readers encouraging kindness, to make the right choices and to have the courage to state when something is wrong. The text is based around Bob Marley’s song Get Up Stand Up but the lyrics have been adapted by the author Cedella Marley who is the eldest daughter of the music icon.

Inside picture book Get Up, Stand Up on

The book centres around a young girl who is confronted with several unhappy situations at school. The colourful illustrations by John Jay Cabuay depict the girls feelings so well and are sure to encourage more discussion surrounding emotions and how to treat others. The young girl is teased and made to feel uncomfortable and unhappy but along with positive action and some help from her peers things change.

Bob Marley Picture Book on

This is a fantastic, diverse read touching on timely themes for young readers.

Disclaimer: I received this book from the publishers for the purpose of review. All words and opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.

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