Monday, October 10, 2022

Review: Literary Critters by:S Corrigan

 Literary Critters: William Shakesbear's Journey for Inspiration

About the Book:

From Sophie Corrigan, the creator of the Pugtato books, Literary Critters soars with imagination as it introduces young readers to iconic authors like William Shakesbear, Beatrix Trotter, Crane Austen, Edgar Talon Crow, Yak Kerouac, and many more while promoting the importance of reading and storytelling in a whimsical and inventive way.

Literary Critters is a truly unique picture book, introducing young readers to classic literary figures and encouraging them to use their imaginations. This playful story promotes literacy and storytelling as quirky playwright William Shakesbear sets off on a journey to visit some of his Literary Critter friends to see if they have any writing ideas to share—including friends like Mole Dahl, Crane Austen, Beatrix Trotter, Edgar Talon Crow, Yak Kerouac, C.S. Shrewis, Langston Mews, and more.

My Review:

 As the subject of classical stories and writers come up, you realize real quick todays generation is quickly losing their grip on that type of thing. Many of them do not know who many of these writers are let along what they have written. Teaching our little ones from the start is a good way of introducing it back into society. And this book is on a level that they can understand and comprehend.

 Little William Shakesbear is basically your narrator and he travels through the pages of the book looking for something to write about. But as he goes through that journey he takes the reader on an amazing adventure. The reader gets to meet many other authors and writers along the way.

 The unique blend of literary prose and the fascinating characters will intrigue young and old alike.

Great read!

**Disclosure**This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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