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Post Number:#1 by Amagine » 30 Mar 2017, 12:53

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "And this is Wee" by Faith Castonguay.]

3 out of 4 stars
Review by Amagine

Do you remember what it was like to be four years old? What kind of games did you play? Who were your best friends? Did you break anything in the house? Did you get in trouble? Do you even remember what you were like when you were four? Unless your memory is exceptional or you have experience with a four-year old, you probably can’t recall those memories, can you? If you read Faith Castonguay’s, And This Wee, I’m positive that will jog your memory. Wee is an active four-year-old girl who is up for any kind of fun and adventure. From dancing with her teddy bear, having tea parties and breaking things around the house, Wee has a very busy schedule! In And This Wee, we get a front row view of the life of a 4 year old.

The first thing that I caught my eye were the illustrations. I felt that they contributed well to the story. I know that children will enjoy the images of Wee dancing, running and playing with her friends. In the story, the author puts the right amount of words on a page so as not to bombard young readers. The illustrations are colorful and the backgrounds on every page are finely done. Without even reading the book, children will enjoy looking at the illustrations and commenting on them.

The character Wee feels like a genuine four-year-old, which is perfect when writing for children. She’s happy, overly curious and full of so much energy that it sometimes causes accidents. Both children and adults will relate to her character. Children will relate to her because she serves as a reminder of themselves. Adults will relate to her for either the same reason or she serves as a reminder of another energetic four-year-old they know.

While I enjoyed the character and the illustrations, I was a bit disappointed with the plot. The story is basically an introduction to the character and it doesn’t serve any other purpose. It’s just pages of Wee jumping into one action after another. The plot simply lacks content to me. In every children’s story, there should be something that children can gain after reading it.

Even though, I wish there was a better plot, it was still an entertaining read. I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars. The character, Wee, is someone who I feel children will have a real connection to. They will also enjoy looking at the different illustrations in the story. The plot is a little lacking, but the illustrations are strong enough to make this book worthy of being in a child’s book collection. I would recommend this book to children between the ages of 3 and 5. I would also recommend this to any adult who wants to try and remember what it is like to be a child again.

And this is Wee 
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Reveals Wee’s Big Surprise At The Miami Book Fair 2018!

Wee’s Big Surprise

Author Reveals Wee’s Big Surprise At The Miami Book Fair 2018!MIAMI, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, October 30, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The books are definitely coming to downtown Miami as the nation’s finest literary festival, the Miami Book Fair International holds its annual celebration. This eight-day literary party will commence on November 11 with over a hundred-thousand readers and writers in attendance. Distinguished authors from the United States and other parts of the globe, as well as book lovers, will be gracing the Fair and its many activities.

Formerly known as “Books by the Bay”, the Miami Book Fair was founded in 1984 by Miami-Dade College. The growth and success of the very first event which took place in the same year were endeavored by Miami-Dade College in cooperation with the Miami-Dade Public Library System, Wolfson Campus President, Eduardo J. Padron, and local independent bookstore owners Mitchell Kaplan of Books & Books and Craig Pollock of BookWorks. The team had reached their success during the 90’s, when the two-day street fair grew steadily and became the largest literary festival in the country, thus acquiring its well-earned name, Miami Book Fair.

AuthorCentrix celebrates its second year as one of the exhibitors at the Fair. The company will be gracing the event with Faith Castonguay. This year at the Fair, she brings to the readers, a fun and amazing children’s story that will surely remain in the hearts of the younger crowd for a period of time – Wee’s Big Surprise. A chance for one-to-one Author Interview and Book Signing with Castonguay await everyone!

A breathtaking beauty is a face of a delighted child. Faith Castonguay pens Wee’s Bbig Surprise, a children’s book that introduces the little girl Wee. Wee lives a wonderful life with a loving family who lets her set out to her little adventures with her best friend. One day, Wee get’s a big surprise and she cannot wait to share it with everyone! The author invites the younger crowd to take an amazing journey with her. Read until the end and discover the big, big surprise!

The Festival will bring over hundreds of renowned national and international exhibitors together as it continues to become a model for other fairs across the country. Events and activities include the Street Fair, book signings, live music, workshops, and readings and discussions with notable authors from both, the U.S., and from around the world.

The Miami Book Fair 2018 invites the book lovers to join the annual celebration, as it remains to uphold the cognizance of reading ability and literary arts in the city’s multi-ethnic community, making it the nation’s undisputable, finest literary festival!

Faith Castonguay
+1 888-504-0951h here.