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Reviewed by Antoinette Wessels for Readers' Favorite
Enchanted Beasts, a children’s book written by Emma Meyer and illustrated by Nadiia Maksemets, is really 'unbelievable tales for children that teach valuable lessons.' The story begins with a gnome named Eric, who the Queen of Faeholme is coming to visit. The Queen has noticed that the human world's belief was at an all-time low. Eric’s duty was to ensure that the humans kept up their beliefs, but he had neglected his duty for years due to unfortunate events on his previous visits. When Eric realizes his neglect has led to diminishing human belief, he immediately sets out to the human world to set this right. Unfortunately, his journey isn’t without serious mishaps. But Eric and the humans learn a few valuable lessons along the way.
A story with gnomes, faeries, goblins, and even a griffin, Enchanted Beasts by Emma Meyer was a treat to read. Easy to read and understand, the lessons of each chapter are written explicitly for children growing up in the twenty-first century. The author tackles issues about bullying and poverty, ensuring that every child will learn something. Beautifully illustrated via pictures of every important scene, young readers, I believe, will enjoy the images as much as I did when reading this lovely children’s book. Nadiia Maksemets outdid herself in the skill with which she illustrated this book. There is even the option to download a free audiobook of Enchanted Beasts which, in my opinion, means there’s no reason not to get this adventurous children’s book.