Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Book Review: The Soggy Town of Hilltop by Kevin McNamee

Title: The Soggy Town of Hilltop

Written by: Kevin McNamee

Illustrated by: Eugene Ruble

Soft cover: 22 pages

Ages: 4-10

Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc.

Print ISBN: 978-1-61633-041-5

eBook ISBN: 978-1-61633-042-2

Published: April 2010

Price: $10.95 – Soft cover / $5.00 – E-book CD

The Soggy Town of Hilltop brings to life the hysterical world of the town councilors and townsfolk. Bored with no further rules to instill, the High Council creates an absurd rule for their own amusement to see if the residents will continue to obey. Obey they do and chaos ensues, until the day one young boy from the South comes to visit.

Wise beyond his years this youngster guides the townsfolk towards reclaiming their lives and independence. What becomes of the High Council and do the townsfolk prevail? Find out while you venture through The Soggy Town of Hilltop and be sure to wear your boots so you don’t get wet too.

Told in amusing rhyme, children’s author Kevin McNamee will have the reader laughing out loud and wondering how people would follow ridiculous rules so blindly. Coupled with the unique illustrations by Eugene Ruble, The Soggy Town of Hilltop will soon be a must have for our young muses.

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1 comment:

  1. This sounds like such a fun rhyming book for kids to read. Thanks for sharing the review. Nice cover and fun title. I have yet to get a copy so I too can read it.


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