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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Mortimer wasn’t sure about a monster the bird was telling him about, but Boo Woolly turned out to be a nice monster, taking him to a wonderful colorful place full of fun and candy. Mortimer really liked Boo Woolly and wanted to be his friend, but then Boo Woolly was kidnapped. Poor Mortimer, what do you think happened to him? Well, he was very sad and confused because he didn’t know what was going on. And you can read the whole of Mortimer's story in this wonderful book and find out just what happened to him.
What a wonderful and colorful book for any public, private or school library! This rhyming tale of friendship between Mortimer and Boo Woolly is full of yummy delicious food, including a chocolate commode; what a fun that is! Wouldn’t this do wonders for potty training! And I love the crayon coloring style of illustrations, going along with the carnival and candy theme, bringing the story more to life for children. I especially like that the young reader can relate to the coloring book style pictures colored with the crayons. Between the illustrations and the candy land theme, this book will surely captivate children of all ages. Well, to be honest, it captured my heart and attention, and I am far from being a child. And lastly, this book teaches small children that there are nice monsters like Boo Woolly and they don’t need to be afraid.
I highly recommend this book for all libraries and for children of all ages. It is a book they can’t go wrong with because it will surely become one of their favorite books.