The Bewundering World of Bewilderbeests
It is going to be really hard to explain what The Bewundering World of Bewilderbeests was actually about. Each page is a different creature in The Bewundering World of Bewilderbeests. All of the creatures are made up, like the “Snaggle-Toofed Bandfersnoot” or the “Pygmy Jagmur.” It seems like each animal has parts that look like a real animal but had a wierd name and the page described some of their characteristics.
I liked The Bewundering World of Bewilderbeests because it was like no other book I have ever read. I would say The Bewundering World of Bewilderbeests was funny, scary, confusing, and silly. It was a bit hard for me to read on my own because a lot of the words were made up and the writing was not in straight lines across the page. I was much easier when my mom read it to me. I like the idea of having make-believe animals and I think the illustrator would have had a fun time imagining what they should look like.
|Page Count||38 pages|
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