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Songs of Wordishure CD The Silent Knight of Wordishure: A Christian Bedtime Story Review by Courtney Larson

Mick McArt
Mick Art Productions
419 S. Adams
Saginaw, MI 48604

The Silent Knight of Wordishure is a 40-page Christian children's picture book. Isaac, a little boy who doesn't talk much but always tries to do what is right, is chosen by the King of Wordishure to carry out a very important mission. This mission is to deliver a gift to every citizen of the kingdom. Along the way he has the opportunity to help a couple of characters in trouble, and they in turn help him to complete his mission. This gift turns out to be an invitation for all the people of Wordishure to attend a living nativity, where the King reads the nativity story.

The Songs of Wordishure CD includes six songs: "Welcome to Wordishure," "How Do You Hug a Porcupine," "In a Clankabang Tree," "Fellowship's Wake," "Up Tumbledown," and "Under Sleeping Willow." The songs are a folksy, bluegrass style and are easy to listen to (for both children and adults). The lyrics in the songs encourage good behavior, including being a good friend, listening to the Word of God, being polite, and making good decisions.

I think both the CD and the book are well done. The story is sweet, and the CD is catchy. Both would make a nice addition to your home library.

Product review by Courtney Larson, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, LLC, May 2011