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Reviewed by Rylanne Burdette for Readers' Favorite
On the morning of Caspian’s UnBirthday, his grandpa gives him a gift that he never expects. He goes to eat breakfast with his parents, and they ask him about what Grandpa got him for his UnBirthday. Although Caspian is not very impressed at first, his grandpa soon opens the boy’s eyes to the wonders of the gift. Caspian skips school to hang out with his grandpa and use the gift together, going on an adventure around their town. When the two get home from their fun day together, Caspian’s gift returns to normal, and he’s happy to have been able to spend the day with his grandpa. Caspian's UnBirthday by Lois Wickstrom is a fun-filled story with great family relationships.
Children’s stories are always entertaining, and Caspian’s UnBirthday was a wonderful read. Even though I am an adult, I still appreciate and enjoy reading children’s books, especially ones as magical as this! The art style was super interesting, and I loved getting to see the characters go on their adventure through vibrant illustrations. The bonding between Caspian and his grandfather was great; I loved seeing that the two were excited to spend time with each other! This was an easy book to read, and I think that both children who are learning to read and those who are more advanced in their reading will enjoy this one, flipping through the pages and seeing this magical story take place. I would absolutely recommend picking up Caspian’s UnBirthday by Lois Wickstrom; it was an adorable little read full of adventure!