{A Werewolf Named Oliver James: Nicholas John Frith}



{Synopsis} – On his way home one moonlit night, a strange thing happens to Oliver James — he unexpectedly turns into a werewolf! He can’t believe it, it’s so . . . AMAZING.

Suddenly, he can run super-fast, leap super-high, and lift trucks with his super-strength! But even werewolves need to be home in time for dinner and Oliver James races to make it back. There’s only one problem: what on earth will his parents say when they see him?

{My thoughts} – Oliver James is not your typical little boy. In the beginning of the book he goes to school and his mom tells him to be home by six sharp for dinner. However, he gets home a little late on the account that he turns into a werewolf and finds it difficult to get anyone to listen to him when he is trying to find a way home.

The story in this book is really nice and it’s an easy explanation for a child to understand as to how werewolves come about. The words on the pages and the illustrations go hand and hand. However, I am not a huge fan of the black text on the purple. It is a bit difficult to read and not my kind of thing.

I recommend this book to any child that has an interest in supernatural creatures. I think that they will enjoy this book a lot. It also has the potential to become a childhood favorite.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.


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