I'm hoping you wonderful e-hellions can give me some good ideas here. I volunteer with my church's library committee, and one of the things we're trying to do is get the congregation more aware of what books we have. Right now we're focusing on children's books, and because I have an infant daughter the other committee members suggested the idea of DD "writing" a book review of one of our children's books for the church newsletter. That is, I'd write it from her POV.
Now, I don't have a problem with the idea in general. However, I just don't feel comfortable doing it myself. I don't even put DD's name on birthday cards! I admit I find things like that a bit on the cutesy side, and I'm not a big fan of cutesy. In short, I'd rather not do it. At the last meeting when they asked me to, I made a sort of non-committal reply along the lines of "I'll see what I can come up with."
So my question to you all is this: what can I do instead? I'm totally on board with reviewing a kid's book, but I just don't want to do it in DD's voice. So does anyone have ideas for some kind of gimmick for a book review that's still cute without going overboard?
(I hope this makes sense. Please let me know if you need me to clarify!)