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Adapted from one of Bob Marley's most beloved songs, One Love brings the joyful spirit and unforgettable lyrics of his music to life for a new generation. Readers will delight in dancing to the beat and feeling the positive groove of change when one girl enlists her community to help transform her neighborhood for the better. Adapted by Cedella Marley, Bob Marley's first c Adapted from one of Bob Marley's most beloved songs, One Love brings the joyful spirit and unforgettable lyrics of his music to life for a new generation. Readers will delight in dancing to the beat and feeling the positive groove of change when one girl enlists her community to help transform her neighborhood for the better. Adapted by Cedella Marley, Bob Marley's first child, and gorgeously illustrated by Vanessa Newton, this heartwarming picture book offers an upbeat testament to the amazing things that can happen when we all get together with one love in our hearts.


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Adapted from one of Bob Marley's most beloved songs, One Love brings the joyful spirit and unforgettable lyrics of his music to life for a new generation. Readers will delight in dancing to the beat and feeling the positive groove of change when one girl enlists her community to help transform her neighborhood for the better. Adapted by Cedella Marley, Bob Marley's first c Adapted from one of Bob Marley's most beloved songs, One Love brings the joyful spirit and unforgettable lyrics of his music to life for a new generation. Readers will delight in dancing to the beat and feeling the positive groove of change when one girl enlists her community to help transform her neighborhood for the better. Adapted by Cedella Marley, Bob Marley's first child, and gorgeously illustrated by Vanessa Newton, this heartwarming picture book offers an upbeat testament to the amazing things that can happen when we all get together with one love in our hearts.

30 review for One Love: (Multicultural Childrens Book, Mixed Race Childrens Book, Bob Marley Book for Kids, Music Books for Kids)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    Relying on the lyrics of her famous father's song, Cedella Marley celebrates the healing power of love to transform lives and even landscapes. I particularly liked how the change comes through the example of a young girl who enlists her family, friends, and neighbors to clean up the community and create a green space which they all can enjoy. The storyline shows that anyone can change the world by starting with a small part of it. The mixed media and digital illustrations are colorful and filled Relying on the lyrics of her famous father's song, Cedella Marley celebrates the healing power of love to transform lives and even landscapes. I particularly liked how the change comes through the example of a young girl who enlists her family, friends, and neighbors to clean up the community and create a green space which they all can enjoy. The storyline shows that anyone can change the world by starting with a small part of it. The mixed media and digital illustrations are colorful and filled with energy, love, and enthusiasm as the characters become caught up in making their community better.

  2. 4 out of 5

    La Coccinelle

    I'm not sure what I was expecting from this one, but I didn't really get it, in any case. Drawn in by the beautiful cover illustration, I went into this thinking that it would basically be the lyrics of Bob Marley's song with accompanying pictures. It was, but... there was just something missing. I read the synopsis after I read the book, and I realized I totally missed the part about the girl enlisting her community to transform her neighbourhood for the better. I didn't really get that from the I'm not sure what I was expecting from this one, but I didn't really get it, in any case. Drawn in by the beautiful cover illustration, I went into this thinking that it would basically be the lyrics of Bob Marley's song with accompanying pictures. It was, but... there was just something missing. I read the synopsis after I read the book, and I realized I totally missed the part about the girl enlisting her community to transform her neighbourhood for the better. I didn't really get that from the pictures. There were a lot of people just standing around or hugging or simply looking happy. When I went back and looked again, okay, there are a couple of kids throwing away trash and some adults gardening, but those things are kind of lost among the illustrations of people sitting around playing music or joining hands and staring at clouds. I mean, it's cute, but it takes a lot more hard work to fix up a vacant lot than this book would imply! The illustrations are okay. The cutest one is probably on the cover. The rest were a little over the top. Everyone's so darn happy that one might wonder if they've all been sampling the Kool-Aid; put that many smiles in one place, and everyone starts to look a little deranged. I just have to mention the formatting. It could be the result of the conversion to e-book format, but the end result was a book that looked like it hadn't been edited at all. There were capital letters in odd places, missing apostrophes for possessives... Also, the formatting left most of the pages as small rectangles in the corner of my screen, which was not very appealing to look at. Overall, I was a bit disappointed. While the idea behind this was a good one, the execution fell a bit short.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bekka

    This book is based on Bob Marley's song, so the words are familiar and powerful. The illustrations are gorgeous and bright. This is a book that I will be adding to my gift giving rotation for sure.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jill

    This book for very young children is adapted by a daughter of Bob Marley from one of his most popular songs. The illustrations by Vanessa Brantley-Newton are bright and cheery and show a diverse collection of people celebrating the joys of cooperation and community. The song “One Love” expresses these sentiments, and was named "Song Of The Millennium" by the British Broadcasting Corporation.... "One love, one heart Let's get together and feel all right As it was in the beginning (One love) So shall This book for very young children is adapted by a daughter of Bob Marley from one of his most popular songs. The illustrations by Vanessa Brantley-Newton are bright and cheery and show a diverse collection of people celebrating the joys of cooperation and community. The song “One Love” expresses these sentiments, and was named "Song Of The Millennium" by the British Broadcasting Corporation.... "One love, one heart Let's get together and feel all right As it was in the beginning (One love) So shall it be in the end (One heart) Alright, "Give thanks and praise to the Lord and I will feel all right." In her notes at the end of the book, the author explains: "I think everybody has a ‘happy song’ and ‘One Love’ is mine. Yet, in many ways, it’s everybody’s happy song.... When my father sang ‘One Love,’ he felt it all the way – heart and soul, mind and body. He thought a world united by love was possible, and it is. All we’ve got to do, he said, is ‘Give a little, take a little.’ My father wanted people to embrace one another and take care of one another. That was and is the message of ‘One Love.’”

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ina

    Bob Marley's daughter has written a wonderful tribute to her dad with this adaptation of his song, "One Love." The illustrations are bright and show a diverse neighborhood sharing...one love. Sing the book/Read the song for SRP 2015

  6. 5 out of 5

    Donalyn

    A book that would have been better with a CD of the song.

  7. 5 out of 5

    John

    Originally posted at http://mrschureads.blogspot.com/2011/... Cedella Marley, Bob Marley's oldest child, brings her father's well-liked song, One Love, to life for a new generation. In Cedella's adaptation, a determined little girl shows her family, friends, and neighbors how love and teamwork make a community a better place. Vanessa Brantley-Newton's colorful illustrations nicely extend the story and almost pop from the page. I was curious about Cedella's process for adapting her father's belove Originally posted at http://mrschureads.blogspot.com/2011/... Cedella Marley, Bob Marley's oldest child, brings her father's well-liked song, One Love, to life for a new generation. In Cedella's adaptation, a determined little girl shows her family, friends, and neighbors how love and teamwork make a community a better place. Vanessa Brantley-Newton's colorful illustrations nicely extend the story and almost pop from the page. I was curious about Cedella's process for adapting her father's beloved song. Thankfully, she's here today to explain her process. Thank you, Cedella! One Love has one of the songs of my father’s that children love to sing. The chorus is so catchy and happy, and children naturally respond to the message of One Love – they see the world as a place to love and are surrounded by people who love them. But, the song’s original lyrics have some words and themes that children might not understand, so I wanted to create a version just for them, that keeps true to the spirit of the song, but that is fun to sing and at their level of understanding. I worked through the lyrics line by line and thought about all of the ways that children feel and show love. They see love in nature, “what the flower gives the bee;” in their homes “what my family gives to me.” And the last line, “when your hand reaches out for mine” because there’s something so reassuring to a child to have their hand held, and knowing when they reach out there will be someone that will hold onto them. Of course I had to keep the chorus the same, “One Love, one Heart, let’s get together and feel alright,” not only because it’s beloved by so many, but because it’s the truth of the song. None of us are alone, and we can “feel alright” when we reach out to others and work together. I’m thrilled that many children – many hearts – will now not only be singing “one love,” but reading it too.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Regina

    Sometimes the smiles on an illustration can make your own face light up. I found that was definitely the case with "One Love". Cedella Marley takes the basic lyrics of her father's well-known song and put together a short and endearing little book. A happy little brown girl with dreadlock pigtails is joining along with her family and neighborhood to build "One Love Park", while she remarks on how she find love throughout her world. Small nods to Bob Marley are found within the pages as his liken Sometimes the smiles on an illustration can make your own face light up. I found that was definitely the case with "One Love". Cedella Marley takes the basic lyrics of her father's well-known song and put together a short and endearing little book. A happy little brown girl with dreadlock pigtails is joining along with her family and neighborhood to build "One Love Park", while she remarks on how she find love throughout her world. Small nods to Bob Marley are found within the pages as his likeness is found on coffee mugs and posters. When the little girl goes out to play with friends, they notice that someone has left garbage and debris all over the ground. The children then begin picking up the trash, and then asking that the adults and community members pitch in. Beyond that, the book has a very clear focus on "green living", and each character takes part in building the park.Some neighbors carry new plants and greenery, while others wear shirts that say "Live Green". All of this story is carried out through the illustrations, as there is very few lines of actual dialogue. I would have liked for the words to be more cohesive, rather than so abstract, but they were sweet ideas of loving family, community and nature. The only repetition found here is in the "One Love, one heart,Let's get together and feel alright" that is found on almost every other page. At times, I found it hard to find a rhythm in the book, which was unfortunate for a book based on a song, and was a minor thing that made it perhaps not as great as it could have been in my opinion. Like I said though, the illustrations are inviting and happy, and feature a multi-ethnic character group. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting a simple, easy addition to their collection. A storytime based on love, recycling, or families, would find this book right at home.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Anna Squires-Marshall

    I enjoyed this book. The book is an adaptation of the song "One Love" by Bob Marley, a West Indian Musician who helped shape the way the reggae music industry and the Rastafarian movement is viewed across the world. The book would be excellent for promoting a family environment inside and outside of the classroom. Its vocabulary is simple and the illustrations depict a wide variety of people. The book is basically the lyrics to the song, but the illustrations help make the picture. You have a Ca I enjoyed this book. The book is an adaptation of the song "One Love" by Bob Marley, a West Indian Musician who helped shape the way the reggae music industry and the Rastafarian movement is viewed across the world. The book would be excellent for promoting a family environment inside and outside of the classroom. Its vocabulary is simple and the illustrations depict a wide variety of people. The book is basically the lyrics to the song, but the illustrations help make the picture. You have a Caribbean American child who with the help of her immediate family and other community members build this wonderful park for everyone to use. Although the words in the book never say it, you and children can follow along with the pictures. I choose this book because it shows the Caribbean American side of the Caribbean culture. It tells the story of someone not directly from the West Indies but someone who's whole identity is a mash up of Caribbean and whatever other culture they identify with, which in this case is American. The book doesn't portray any negative stereotypes which is often hard when talking about Bob Marley or Jamaicans in general. One of the only criticism of the book, is that the words are limited to only song lyrics. I feel like the book could’ve been developed more to include a thicker and richer explicitly stated plot, and not one that came mostly from the illustrations. The characters in the book are all from diverse backgrounds, which would've been lovely to be stated and not left for reader’s interpretations from the pictures. But for the level of the book and the purpose of this verse based book it is a high-quality children’s book and I would recommend it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Loggia

    I loved everything about this children's book! The illustrations are radiant and the words are so powerful. I will definitely be using this in class with my young students!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Brianna Lyons

    This was a cute book, written by Bob Marley's daughter and based on his famous song "One love." The illustrations were lovely, but didn't always match up with the words. In fact, much of the story is metaphorical. Textually, she talks about how one love gives to many different things. Such as the one love her parents give her, or the one love Mother Earth gives to the trees. Pictorially, the story is saying one love is community giving back and keeping the earth clean, and planting things, and j This was a cute book, written by Bob Marley's daughter and based on his famous song "One love." The illustrations were lovely, but didn't always match up with the words. In fact, much of the story is metaphorical. Textually, she talks about how one love gives to many different things. Such as the one love her parents give her, or the one love Mother Earth gives to the trees. Pictorially, the story is saying one love is community giving back and keeping the earth clean, and planting things, and just enjoying each other in the process of living. Overall, I believe the illustrations were the most engaging part of the book, they characters were lively and inviting. There was a lot of diversity, too, so people of every race are represented in the same cheerful and positive (helping the community) tone. Overall worth the read for young children. I don't think it would keep interest for readers past first grade due to the textual simplicity of the story.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Taliah

    A young girl is determined to bring her friends, family, and community together to clean up the trash and weeds that have taken over an abandoned lot. Loved the illustrations, so vibrant and happy, that really highlight the love, happiness, and friendship that is displayed in this book. I also loved the diversity of characters in this book. It showed how a community can come together despite cultural differences (race, age, gender) to make a neighborhood an enjoyable place for all. The book read A young girl is determined to bring her friends, family, and community together to clean up the trash and weeds that have taken over an abandoned lot. Loved the illustrations, so vibrant and happy, that really highlight the love, happiness, and friendship that is displayed in this book. I also loved the diversity of characters in this book. It showed how a community can come together despite cultural differences (race, age, gender) to make a neighborhood an enjoyable place for all. The book read more like a poem than a story, which I think makes it more appropriate for one-on-one reading rather than for storytime use. I've had Bob Marley's song One Love in my head since reading and it's easy to want to substitute the words of the song for what is actually written in the book. This book is written by Bob Marley's daughter. Fabulous illustrations!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    As heartwarming and exuberant as one would expect of a book featuring the lyrics to Bob Marley's famous song, One Love falls a bit flat as a picture book for any but the very young. The target audience is probably two year olds, and when read with kindergartners, they were clearly putting up with it rather than getting into it. I think that the ideal adaptation would include a storyline of a child's day with the lyrics appearing as events occur, perhaps a character or several characters would sp As heartwarming and exuberant as one would expect of a book featuring the lyrics to Bob Marley's famous song, One Love falls a bit flat as a picture book for any but the very young. The target audience is probably two year olds, and when read with kindergartners, they were clearly putting up with it rather than getting into it. I think that the ideal adaptation would include a storyline of a child's day with the lyrics appearing as events occur, perhaps a character or several characters would speak them, and then they could come together at the end as a cohesive message... but really all that aside songs are generally not as narrative as picture books need to be for children over the age of three or four. Different mediums, and the lovely illustrations alone were not enough to bridge the gap.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Holly

    This book is great because it could be taught anywhere from preschool aged to mid elementary students. This book's focal point is it's illustrations which carry the story and it goest to the song lyrics of "One Love" by Bob Marley. This is fitting as the author is Bob's oldest daughter! The story follows a little girl who is determined to get her neighbors to make their neighborhood a better place by cleaning up garbage and creating a green space for their hood. I liked that Bob Marley is shown This book is great because it could be taught anywhere from preschool aged to mid elementary students. This book's focal point is it's illustrations which carry the story and it goest to the song lyrics of "One Love" by Bob Marley. This is fitting as the author is Bob's oldest daughter! The story follows a little girl who is determined to get her neighbors to make their neighborhood a better place by cleaning up garbage and creating a green space for their hood. I liked that Bob Marley is shown on the pages in little hidden illustrations so students can put a face to a name, as naturally you would want to play "One Love" for your students while reading the story. The characters in the book are multi-cultured and the little girl has dreads, which Bob would absolutely approve of! :)

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    I am a huge Bob Marley fan and when I saw one of his children had taken One Love and turned it into a children’s book, I immediately bought it. I loved how the lyrics transformed into a story. I loved how the illustrations made the story come to life. Everything was bright and colorful. I loved how there were characters of different ethnicities represented throughout the book. I thought that was so important especially because Bob Marley really stood for trying to bring everyone together. I have I am a huge Bob Marley fan and when I saw one of his children had taken One Love and turned it into a children’s book, I immediately bought it. I loved how the lyrics transformed into a story. I loved how the illustrations made the story come to life. Everything was bright and colorful. I loved how there were characters of different ethnicities represented throughout the book. I thought that was so important especially because Bob Marley really stood for trying to bring everyone together. I have seen that Three Little Birds was another story she had written and I plan on purchasing it as soon as my book-buying ban is over. Overall, this is an amazing song turned into an amazing children’s book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tasha

    Marley has adapted her father Bob Marley’s famous song into this picture book. The book follows the same arc as the song, but is simplified considerably. Fans of the song will definitely try to sing along with the words since they are so iconic. Children who don’t know the song will discover a vibrant picture book where the words give the emotion, but the pictures tell the story. It’s the story of a community coming together to turn a vacant lot into a park, One Love Park. Read the rest of the re Marley has adapted her father Bob Marley’s famous song into this picture book. The book follows the same arc as the song, but is simplified considerably. Fans of the song will definitely try to sing along with the words since they are so iconic. Children who don’t know the song will discover a vibrant picture book where the words give the emotion, but the pictures tell the story. It’s the story of a community coming together to turn a vacant lot into a park, One Love Park. Read the rest of the review at Waking Brain Cellst.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Liza Gilbert

    This is a lovely book based on Bob Marley's iconic song. The images show a little girl with her family, friends, and finally her diverse community. I greatly appreciated that white characters are the minority in this book instead of having a black girl in the center of a white community. This definitely helps fill a void in children's picture books. The illustrations also start small with the little girl and build to encompass an entire neighborhood, just as the song builds. This is a welcome add This is a lovely book based on Bob Marley's iconic song. The images show a little girl with her family, friends, and finally her diverse community. I greatly appreciated that white characters are the minority in this book instead of having a black girl in the center of a white community. This definitely helps fill a void in children's picture books. The illustrations also start small with the little girl and build to encompass an entire neighborhood, just as the song builds. This is a welcome addition to books-based-on-songs and gives us an alternative to existing song-based-books that only encompass nursery rhymes and religious songs.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne Moore

    Bob Marley is one of my favorite artists. His reggae rhythm creates a relaxing, joyful mood. "One Love" describes a beautiful feeling ... when hearts join and share the goodness of life with each other. Cedella, Bob's daughter adapted this song into a beautifully illustrated children's book. The characters in the pictures portray a multicultural mix of children and adults who are working together to clean up a park ... the One Love Park. One guy is wearing a Marley t-shirt, which I thought was c Bob Marley is one of my favorite artists. His reggae rhythm creates a relaxing, joyful mood. "One Love" describes a beautiful feeling ... when hearts join and share the goodness of life with each other. Cedella, Bob's daughter adapted this song into a beautifully illustrated children's book. The characters in the pictures portray a multicultural mix of children and adults who are working together to clean up a park ... the One Love Park. One guy is wearing a Marley t-shirt, which I thought was cool. Bob's spirit still lives through his music, spreading hope and unity for all. One Love Book Trailer

  19. 4 out of 5

    Taylor

    This story was created as an adaption from Bob Marley's song "One Love" by his daughter Cedella. This story travels through this song, with a little girl who invites all her friends and family to help rebuild their community. As we further read this story, we see them work together diligently creating One love park. This book is so fun loving and enjoyable to read because it promotes social skills and also building community and how we need everyone to create and invoke change. Children will see This story was created as an adaption from Bob Marley's song "One Love" by his daughter Cedella. This story travels through this song, with a little girl who invites all her friends and family to help rebuild their community. As we further read this story, we see them work together diligently creating One love park. This book is so fun loving and enjoyable to read because it promotes social skills and also building community and how we need everyone to create and invoke change. Children will see the diversity and how everyone brings their own uniqueness to the table in this read. This story pushes everyone working together and using our different skills to create one love.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Donna Roy

    This is a great book that goes along with song, "One Love". The children would pick up and sing-a-long with this song quite naturally. The little girl focuses on the community as a whole, making sure that they understood what diversity meant. The illustrations are beautiful. Learning Experience: The children can do an activity on diversity with learning about each child's culture background. The children could have their families to make a dish and bring to class to share to demonstrate that it d This is a great book that goes along with song, "One Love". The children would pick up and sing-a-long with this song quite naturally. The little girl focuses on the community as a whole, making sure that they understood what diversity meant. The illustrations are beautiful. Learning Experience: The children can do an activity on diversity with learning about each child's culture background. The children could have their families to make a dish and bring to class to share to demonstrate that it doesn't matter who you are, you are still loved as one and we are one big family.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Laura Mcclanahan

    Genre- Children's Picture Books Following the words of Bob Marley's famous song, Cedella Marley inserts her own themes and phrases teaching children to take care of the planet, to cherish each other, and to show good will. The story is designed for the reader to almost sing along, each phrase spread out over multiple pages in order to allow the reader to slow down and see the vivid paintings. Though simplistic and predictable, the story has a strong moral and could easily be a come-back-together Genre- Children's Picture Books Following the words of Bob Marley's famous song, Cedella Marley inserts her own themes and phrases teaching children to take care of the planet, to cherish each other, and to show good will. The story is designed for the reader to almost sing along, each phrase spread out over multiple pages in order to allow the reader to slow down and see the vivid paintings. Though simplistic and predictable, the story has a strong moral and could easily be a come-back-together or refocusing activity in young classrooms.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kristen

    Any Bob Marley fan will fall in love with this book based off the infamous song One Love. The promotion of community is displayed through out the story and how working together will bring people together and produce positive results and emotions. Like her father, Cedella Marley uses words to bring power and meaning. Love has power and is expressed in the form of a young girl who encourages her family and friends to clean up her community creating sustainability. Vanessa Brantley-Newton's illustr Any Bob Marley fan will fall in love with this book based off the infamous song One Love. The promotion of community is displayed through out the story and how working together will bring people together and produce positive results and emotions. Like her father, Cedella Marley uses words to bring power and meaning. Love has power and is expressed in the form of a young girl who encourages her family and friends to clean up her community creating sustainability. Vanessa Brantley-Newton's illustrations match the happy tune of the song and engages the audience every page.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Trauma Newell

    We really enjoyed this wonderful picture book! Cedella Marley brought her father's message of love from a song from his lyrics called One Love, to this vivid and amazing children's book of colorful illustrations from the talented Vanessa Brantley-Newton. The message from One Love brought a community of people together as one, with one girls determination to beautify a neighborhood park for people come together to sing and dance to the lyrics of One Love.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Meredith

    A beautifully illustrated book that brings to life Bob Marely's song, "One Love." The pictures are large, yet detailed which are good for young children. This would be a really good bedtime story as there's not a lot of text, but enough images to promote discussion. I can't wait to read this to my kindergarten students in the new year and get them excited to write about their world and the people and world they love. Good for kids aged 2-6.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance

    Yes, it’s that song and it’s been reworked by that songwriter’s daughter (take a second look at her last name if you think I joke.) Like some of the more popular songs of the Beatles, this one is both trite and profound in its simplicity. The illustrations are brilliantly colored and that lifts the song a bit out of its jarring repetition. “One love, one heart, let’s get together and feel all right!”

  26. 5 out of 5

    Daniella Velasquez

    I had no idea they had this book! I love the song! And this book is an amazing read for children!! It has so many different cultures and it can show children that we are all different but that we call still love each other! I enjoyed it so much I need to get it as soon as I can! Extension: We can do a learning experience with different cultures around the world. And explain to the children more about their different customs, beliefs and much more.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Riles

    One Love is by Cedella Marley who has adapted a few of her father's songs into children's books. One Love is beautiful. As the lyrics carry a beautiful message to my kids and dredge up good memories from high school, the art tells the story of a diverse neighborhood coming together to clean up a junked lot and turn it into a gardening and gathering place. Lots to love here with age, race, and other diversity well represented. Very engaging art by Vanessa Brantley-Newton.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Christina Davis

    Based on the song by Bob Marley, 'One Love". You can sing or speak this book. I would prefer to sing it because it's just more fun that way. The illustrations show children of different race playing together; an interracial family; different animals getting along. I bought this book at a book fair for my collection. It would be fun to play the actual song 'One Love' after reading this to the classroom. Maybe have the kids hold hands while they sing, or incorporate some sort of dance to it.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Amy Lafleur Meyers

    This picture book adaptation of Bob Marley's classic song "One Love" shows families and people of all races and backgrounds working together to make a park. The colorful illustrations and song lyrics themselves exude happiness and positivity as it shows love between family members and a love for nature and Mother Earth. Lovely adaptation to share from Cedella Marley (Bob Marley's daughter) that makes the world a little bit better.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sebin

    The words from this book are from the famous song by Bob Marley, One Love. I think it would be a nice book for children to actually sing the song from the book but the lyrics might be too complex for the younger students to understand. For older students, they could interpret the lyrics to try and see what the message the musician was trying to convey.

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