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Tales of WORDISHURE Book II Review by Chareen Rushworth

By Mick McArt
Mick Art Productions Publishing

Welcome back to the enchanting land of Wordishure where you will continue to learn that God’s Word is sure. Meet fun characters with delightful names  illustrating their character. See how they live out biblical principles and use God’s word as an absolute plumb line.

Tales of Wordishure Book II is a delightful book of Christian Children’s Stories written and illustrated by Mick McArt. It is a 130 page, 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.3 inch paperback book containing black and white line drawings scattered throughout. Mick has a sample story over at his website titled: The Button Doll of Wordishure.

The book is designed to instil Godly principles through imaginative story telling. Each of the seven chapters begins with a scripture followed by an independent story. You will sail on a Bugboat with a spider called Weaver, learn to value the elderly in helping to fix the Castleclocks broken heart, absorb the importance of one another as you chase down Springbeans and delight in the positive traits of Teller as he uses his God given nature to communicate the right things to the right people.

Tales of Wordishure Book II is a delightful book for Christian families.  The adults will enjoy the spiritual values and truths and children will enjoy the imaginative names of the characters and their attire. For example they will discover a Strumbrella belonging to Hubbub which creates joyful noises as the rain fall’s on it.

Over all Tales of Wordishure is a well written book that will inspire and encourage young and old alike and is a worthy addition to any home library.

Product Review by Chareen Rushworth, The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, LLC, 2013