Thursday, September 17, 2015

BOOK REVIEW: Silly Willy Winston in the Adventures of Super Snout Have NO Fear by Donna M. Maguire


Silly Willy Winston is an ordinary pet with extraordinary adventures. He is a Basset Hound with traits that some people find humorous. These include the biggest ears ever and a super large snout. He is also short and stout. While these traits can make him a bit of a clown at times he thinks he is perfect exactly as he is. The reason is these traits give him the power to find things and solve mysteries super fast. When he puts on his cape and his mask he takes on the identity of Super Snout. As Super Snout he helps friends in need frights into delights and find joy in new adventures.

REVIEW BY: Angelina, age 8 years, 11 months

This book was so good and I loved it so much! 

First off, I will start by telling you the different chapters of the book. They are called:
  • Silly Willy Winston;
  • The dark sparks ideas;
  • Thunder is full of wonder;
  • For fun remember where to start;
  • No room in the treehouse for 'what if I cannot?' monster; and
  • Now that all fears are averted it is time for a nap.
The characters in the book are Kate, Mark, John and Sally. 

My favorite character in this book Silly Willy Winston because he is the main character and he is really nice. My favorite part of this book is when Silly Willy Winston helps John climb to the treehouse because the little kid's dad made the treehouse so high. 

I give this book 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 6-8. 

"Thank you so much Donna Maguire for the new books! They are amazing" - Angelina

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