Wee Sister Strange {Book Review}

I received a copy of Wee Sister Strange($17.99 value) in exchange for this promotion. Any opinions expressed here are honest and my own. 

Wee Sister Strange is a poetic bedtime tale that will be enjoyed by all young listeners as they prepare for bed.  Each evening, Sister Strange climbs out her window and enjoys adventure after adventure in the woods.  Sister Strange talks to owls, charms a fierce bear, dives into the bog and swims…before it’s time to sleep.

Wee Sister Strange is intended for ages 4-8 (grades preschool – 3) and can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes & Noble or anywhere children’s books are sold.

About the Author

Holly Grant is the author of The League of Beastly Dreadfuls series, which author Bruce Coville called “marvelously inventive” and School Library Journal said is “reminiscent of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.” She lives in Colorado. Follow her on Twitter @HollyMMGrant.

K.G Campbell illustrated the Newbery Award winner Flora and Ulysses by
Kate DiCamillo; Tea Party Rules by Amy Dyckman, which received three starred reviews; and
Who Wants a Tortoise? by Dave Keane. He also wrote and illustrated Lester’s Dreadful
, which was an Ezra Jack Keats Honor Book; The Mermaid and the Shoe; and, most recently, Dylan the Villain. K.G. lives in California. Visit him at kgcampbell.com and follow him on Twitter @KGCampbell2.


Cynthia Tait

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