Book Review: Quentin’s Problem by Misty Baker

23476086Title: Quentin’s Problem

Author: Misty Baker

Illustrator: K.A. King

Genre: Children’s Books 

Ages: Pre-k to Grade 2

Publication Date: October 22, 2014

About the Book:

What’s a pirate student to do when he must pass the Piratish Exam, but he can’t say “Arrr”? Quentin the Quick must figure out a clever way to pass the test, so he comes up with a fantastic, wonderful, crazy idea. It’s not the truth, but it’s not exactly a lie…

But it backfires, and now Quentin must walk the plank. Hungry sharks wait below, ready to feast on a pirate lunch. Can Quentin save his skin and his pride before he becomes a shark snack?

 

My Review:

I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.

What a great book for children! Quentin’s Problem is a cute story about a boy who is learning to be a pirate but he can’t say “arrr” and is afraid to tell anyone. What happens when he takes his Piratish Exam is memorable for everyone.

Not only does Quentin’s Problem have a cute story but the the pictures are colorful and fun. On top of that, it teaches the importance of being honest as well as the fact that there are consequences of dishonesty.

I definitely recommend Quentin’s Problem for children.

 

About the Author

Misty Baker is an author, freelance editor, and shameless chocoholic. She writes romance under her pen name Mysti Parker. Her other writings have appeared in numerous anthologies, and she has two more children’s books in the works. Misty lives in Buckner, KY with her husband, three children and a great many pets.

Author links

Visit my webpage: www.mystiparker.com (in construction)

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