Whodunit (Mini Tales Collection By Reggie)

Non-Fiction - Humor/Comedy
168 Pages
Reviewed on 06/22/2023
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Author Biography

Reginald P. Howard (Reggie) is a self-proclaimed freelance illustrator who has been drawing for the love of art for over 40 years. Born in Amarillo, Texas in 1963, Reginald is the fifth of six siblings. This fun bunch is the offspring of Nona and Olin Howard, who still reside in Beavercreek, Ohio today. Aside from a few drawing classes in high school, Reggie’s drawing stems from being self-taught and self-refined. Today, he draws with much more purpose and meaning with publishing this book and, as an illustrator for a series of children’s books that his wife has authored recently.

Reggie has drawn freelance for a long time; however, his wife suggested, “instead of just drawing and doodling in your art book, why not package it up in the form of a book for others to see and enjoy?” Why not, he says.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Shrabastee Chakraborty for Readers' Favorite

Have you ever thought how hectic the Saturday baseball matches would become if your five kids were on five different teams? You might have a sneaky feeling that your kids are up to something, but you can’t quite put your finger on it. Now you are resigned that a nasty surprise might spring up anywhere at any moment. Imagine reading the newspaper peacefully only to be startled by a cute dog or a little bird that is the newest member of your family. Are you prepared for the day-to-day drama and unforeseen predicaments that follow you everywhere? Reggie: Whodunit, a picture book written and illustrated by Reginald P. Howard, might pique your interest.

This unique, refreshing collection of family stories, jokes, and anecdotes will surely blow your mind. The sweet reminiscences are akin to the tales shared with a child or a grandchild during a family reunion. While most of these snippets are laugh-out-loud funny, some will make readers ponder. The illustrations reveal much more than words alone could, and readers have no trouble getting the joke or anticipating the outcome. The comic expressions, classic side-eyes, and frequent yowls of pain make the book so lively that you seem to 'hear' the pictures. Reginald P. Howard artfully brings out the laughter hidden in the simplest of daily occurrences, telling a story about a close-knit family and the various shenanigans of five siblings. Reggie: Whodunit, a graphic flash fiction, is a perfect read if you are looking for genuine laughter.