Friday, July 24, 2015

Cottonmouth and the River

I won the Cottonmouth series from Go Grow Go! awhile back. The author is C.S. Fritz. You can get the series on Amazon. These paperback books can be purchased for about $7-$8.  

I plan on giving the series to my nephew Elijah for Christmas. Mica read them first. 


They look scary, but they are not. The illustrations are pretty neat!

"Tug loves taking Freddie on wild adventures—trips to the moon, building castles, or catching fireflies with Freddie riding on his wide furry back. When Freddie finds a mysterious egg, Tug makes him promise never to eat it. But Freddie is about to discover that broken promises come at a great price.
 
This is the rare children’s story—both bold and tender and brimming with moments of great risk, adventure, and heart. Combining the artistic wonder of Where the Wild Things Are with the timeless storytelling of The Polar Express, this story will capture both the imagination and the intelligence of children and their parents as it sheds light on the power of sin, sacrifice, and redemption." -Amazon



It's a 3 part series. I like that it does in fact finish up. So many books and movie series leave the reader hanging...is there going to be another one in the making?


C.S. Fritz also sent me hand drawn art:


I don't usually blog about my winnings, but I thought this one was worth it. 

Disclaimer: I was not asked to write this review. I won these items, and wanted to share them with you.

6 comments:

Jacquelineand.... said...

I know a young man who will enjoy these immensely, thanks for sharing!

Masshole Mommy said...

Sounds like a great series. I wonder if my boys would like them.

Changes 4 Charlie said...

Sounds like a good series to start. I wonder if GG would like it or if I should wait another year or so? She reads at 2nd grade level but still likes 5 yo books. I need to find things that interest her yet keep her on track.

Changes 4 Charlie said...

Sounds like a good series to start. I wonder if GG would like it or if I should wait another year or so? She reads at 2nd grade level but still likes 5 yo books. I need to find things that interest her yet keep her on track.

Theresa Mahoney said...

These look like lovely books! I am sure they will be well received as a gift!

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

That was one nice win. Theresa is right they will make a very nice gift.

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