Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Children's Book Review Tuesdays: Whubble Village by Jared R. Koyle

Book Title: Whubble Village

Author: Jared R. Koyle

Publish Date: February 27, 2014

Genre: Children's Fiction

Plot (from Goodreads):  

A young boy is teased because of the way he talks, but discovers a special secret that helps him remember life in the Village where he lived before coming to the Town of Whubble. Family and friends share a priceless message with him that he must carefully guard, yet share with others. He is given a pearl to remind him of his purpose and potential. If he does well, then when his life is complete he can return to the Whubble Village.

Why I Read this Book: I was given a physical copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.  This in no way influenced my review of this book.


This creative story with a unique twist teaches young children that it is not bad to be unique and that you should not laugh at those that are different than you.  I love the moral of this story and I think that it is a wonderful, imaginative story.  I do find it to be a bit silly at times.  I loved the illustrations, but I wished that they were full page illustrations.  The formatting needs some work, but the story is great and the morals taught are excellent.


Final Statements

Recommended Reading Age: Any Age

Overall Rating: 4/5

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