The Little Girl Lost in Rhyme: A Captivating Illustrated Poetry Storybook for Unique Kids and Adults   Import  Single ASIN

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From the Publisher

“The Little Girl Lost in Rhyme” is an ode to your sparkle — Never lose it! This makes the perfect gift for:

Joy, writing, wellbeing, creativity

Joy, writing, wellbeing, creativity

Joy, writing, wellbeing, creativity

Parents who want to foster wellbeing through creativity in kids

With a goal of inspiring others to embrace their “genius” and feel empowered to take their space in the world, this book aims to showcase how creativity can enrich one’s life as long as it is supported and nourished.

Readers who love a rhyming story filled with beautiful illustrations

Every poetic line showcases not just Sabine Ruh House’s uncanny ability to wield the pen but also her knack for making emotions come alive on paper.

Parents who want to welcome authenticity and non-conformity in kids

This book celebrates everyone’s uniqueness and aims to inspire its readers to embrace what makes them special. “The Little Girl Lost in Rhyme” pushes others to measure their worth by their dedication to their path, not by fleeting successes or failures.

Sabine Ruh House

If you’re looking for the courage to bring forth your inner sparkle and live a happy, fulfilled life driven by curiosity and exploration, then this book is for you!


I can tell that this book was created with so much love and care for its intended readers. It has beautiful illustrations that inspire creativity by themselves, which is exactly what it aims to do. It also features simple yet powerful poetry all about embracing the uniqueness of the human mind and the joy that should bring. It simply deserves a place during every child’s storytime!- rissenshine (Author Reviews)

I cannot stress enough just how gorgeous this little book is! The illustrations are simply beautiful and the poetry is a touching exploration of finding yourself. I highly recommend this as a book to read and explain to your pre-schooler. Simply lovely!- ostrich (Author Reviews)

It’s a brilliant poem. Make of it what you will. Fear and creativity are two sides of a coin, and the book works well as a metaphor for that. The ballet beautifully represents the emotions in the verse. An important piece of writing, one for the ages. Masterful even. I like that she did not necessarily stick to an obvious rhythmic structure, instead went organically with the flow. Takes a good grasp of poetry to do that. I’ve read Playing with Phosphenes and she is without a doubt gifted. – Amazon Reviewer

Additional information


‎ B0BVF5JF92

Publisher ‏

‎ Independently published (12 February 2023)

Language ‏

‎ English

Paperback ‏

‎ 42 pages

ISBN-13 ‏

‎ 979-8377180197

Reading age ‏

‎ 6 – 18 years

Dimensions ‏

‎ 21.59 x 0.25 x 21.59 cm

10 reviews for The Little Girl Lost in Rhyme: A Captivating Illustrated Poetry Storybook for Unique Kids and Adults   Import  Single ASIN

  1. Michael Langdon

    Flows nicely. The illustrations are gorgeous. In my Kindle Unlimited (viewing on Safari) I got 4 pages per page instead of 2. I don’t know if that’s to do with formatting or my own browser. But the story and images were good. Short, sweet, straight to the essence of the tale.

  2. Shivam A

    what a beautiful picture book!
    Very beautifully illustrated, This beautiful girl exploring things out in this world of hers. The only thing is, language is kind of difficult for kids below 6 I suppose, age group of older children. Overall book seems to have a lot of efforts put in. No doubt, beautiful book any girl would like to have.

  3. Derbyshire dog

    This is such a lovely little book for girls young and old and who need reminding to do what they love rather than what they ought!The rhyme carries you along and the sentiment speaks to your heart.Sweet illustrations.

  4. Richard Wyatt

    Lovely Book
    “The Little Girl Lost in Rhyme” by Sabine Ruh House is a truly enchanting book that captivates both young and old readers alike. With an inspiring and heartfelt story, it touches the depths of the soul. The cute and colorful illustrations bring the narrative to life, making it visually appealing and engaging. However, what truly sets this book apart is the brilliance and captivating nature of the poetry woven throughout its pages. It’s a delightful read that will leave you feeling uplifted and inspired.

  5. Stephanie

    Súper cute
    Is a short book, with beautiful illustrations inside. In my perspective more than the description says, it contains poetry art that encourage your free of speech, and at the same time inspires creativity to our child’s.

  6. Edvin Szolcsak

    Cute stories!
    This endearing book chronicles the journey of a young girl who learns to accept her differences and finds her own distinctive voice. It encourages children to be proud of who they are and to never give up on their dreams through lovely illustrations and motivational words. The book is not only visually stunning but also has a great message that can resonate with both children and adults. It is a perfect addition to any family’s library and can be enjoyed for years to come. Definitely advised for both parents and kids! Obviously a fantastic read together!

  7. David

    Nice pinky book
    Good book for little girls, enjoyed it reading to my kid. Pinky pictures, not that much words, which is good.

  8. MonaP

    Cute story
    I was drawn to this book because I love all things related to dance. Although I don’t have kids, I think this book would stir the creative juices in them. Rhymes are fun and little girls will love this. They will need help from an adult, but what a great way to get everyone involved. It would be nice if there were exercises to go with this. Maybe an activity sheet at the end.

  9. brett comeau

    I read this to my daughter over and over
    I got this book for my daughter to read at night, She always wants me to read it to her, In truth I love it too. If you are looking a great going to bed book I highly recommend this book

  10. Charles C. McCormack

    Wasn’t for me.
    I found the storyline difficult to follow and the cursive in which it was written difficult to read. I didn’t realize it was a story about adhd kids until I read another review. In that light, the story made more sense. But, still I don’t like struggling to read something and this story was a struggle for me.

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