The Kingdom of Glee is another children’s story by Nicholas Tana, illustrated by Jessica Abbot and Elise Leutwyler that I couldn’t help requesting. Often, when it comes to children’s books I like to see stories that send a good message or help them learn rather than books that don’t. For me, this one looks like a worthwhile read.
For children and adults who like picture books, word play, rhyme, stories about monsters, myth and legends. For adults who like children’s stories with a strong moral message. Excellent for children (ages 3-8) expanding their reading level, a bridge between picture books and chapter books. Deeper themes and whimsical allegory that will delight both children and adults. Bright and detailed illustrations for the art lovers. Useful to child therapists who may want to use the book to teach about behaviors like envy, anger, and thoughtlessness.
What are your thoughts on this book? Does it sound like something you’d be interested in requesting? Let me know in the comments!