Literary Critters: William Shakesbear’s Journey for Inspiration
William Shakesbear is looking for inspiration, so he sets off into the forest to observe and get ideas from his animal friends. He goes about looking for other literary critters, like Charles Chickens and George Claw-well. Surely these well-defined literary animals can give him all the tips he needs to complete his writings? Finally, he is able to complete what he set out to do with the help of his friends.
This book is really cute. I love the whimsical illustrations. The illustrations are the best, like the fox eating the Wonka chocolate bar. I really like the little details! I love that he visits the raven from Nevermore. If you like when multiple books are intertwined, then this book is definitely for you. I would really like to see more books like this.
|Sophie Corrigan, Zondervan
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