The Possible Police {Book Review}

The Possible Police {Book Review}


Cynthia received a copy of “The Possible Police” in exchange for this review.  Any opinions expressed here are honest and her own.

Children have the wildest imaginations because they are endless.  Their dreams stretch beyond our adult thoughts and into another world.  Wylde Scott’s The Possible Police carries us into our children’s imagination and pursues that all things are possible.  All too many times in society, children are pushed or leaned one way or another into what they CAN or CANNOT do.  Scott does an inspiring job into showing us all dreams are possible…if you believe.

This colorful and beautifully illustrated hardcover book is a Juvenile Fiction intended for ages 7-12.

About the Author

Wylde Scott was born on a mountain top, somewhere between the beginning of time and the clocks bell last night. His father was the stars and his mother the wind, they say he began with a mischievous grin. He was raised by a band of gypsies who taught him to sing and laugh and play and dance and walk and skip on the palm of his hands. He has lived and traveled all over all over the world, from Shanghai and Kalamazoo, to Bangkok and Timbuktu, and still has a house on the bright side of the moon. He is a Sultan and Matador, and Knight through and through, but mostly he loves telling stories to wide-eyed, big dreaming, belly giggling children like you.

About the Illustrator

Hannah Shuping has been doodling and drawing nearly every day since she was 3 years old.  She received her BFA, with a concentration in illustration from the East Carolina University in 2013.  While in college, Hannah was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome, which helped explain both her distinct artistic style and her reluctance for small talk.  Hannah currently lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, surrounded by three cats, a collection of colorful socks and hundreds of art books.  “The Possible Police” is her first book.

“The Possible Police” can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and

Cynthia Tait

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