Among the tall grass and in the woods, lives very tiny creatures called Websprites. These creatures are fun loving, kind, polite and love to share. They are accepting of all people and sweet. They do not appreciate confrontation. They live good lives except when the Boogs of Boogtown decide to stir up trouble.
The Boogs are former Websprites who could not handle being good. They are troublesome and downright rude. They like to disrupt the Websprite lives by all means possible. They also like to bring good Websprites onto their dark side. Most times, they fail and their plans backfire. Every once in a while though, they succeed at turning a Websprite.
The fights between the Websprites and the Boogs are indicative of the importance of getting along with others. The reader will see the wages of bad behavior and the immense rewards of doing good. One will also learn that a bad person can turn good with enough drive and desire to do so. Another important ideal is one of sharing. Being so good and kind, that sharing is not a problem. The Boogs do not like to share and that comes back to bite them. What will become of Bessy Websprite? Will Goebily Boog see the light?
This book is aimed at children. It is aimed at instilling good values in children lest they grow up doomed to be horrible people in the world. Children are the future. If they learn earlier on about the importance of getting along with others and how doing good influences how the world repays you then they will grow up into adults who in turn teach the same to their children. This is a great to ensure a future generation that coexists in peaces despite differences in ideals and opinions. These are important moral lessons for the kids.
To read vivid descriptions of the tiny adorable creatures is one thing. To actually see them among the tall grass is a whole other experience. Meet the Websprites has very good illustrations. Ryan Grimbly was one of the authors and that was evident in his illustration of the characters and story at large. He has a knack for appealing to the young minds through his drawings. This book is descriptive and beautiful. It is easily understandable by the target demographic without being completely beneath the parents or adult readers. Both parents and children can enjoy the story.
Emma Mallett and Ryan Grimbly have come up with some very intricate character names. This could however work to train the child. It could be an advantage on the child rather than an insurmountable challenge. The book could also use with some more in depth editing. Solve some punctuation problems.
This is a fun and enjoyable read. It is loaded with humor and lessons for the little ones and adults alike. Never too old to learn the difference between good and evil. The authors have done a good job. This will be a hit for the children. Five stars are well deserved.
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