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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
Have you ever heard of a Polanusnore, a Merpladoe or a Larplaglomp? Really, you've never met or heard of any of these creatures? Well, these are some of the unusual, eclectic characters that live on Dwinidigdig Island. Have You Ever Heard of a Dweazle? by Chris Mulcahy is a quirky, fun and adventurous children’s book that will incite children to laugh and want to go on a journey of imagination. Take a tour to Dwinidigdig Island. To get to Dwinidigdig Island, you would have to ride in a car, fly on a plane, and sail on a ship to experience and explore with the tour guide over seven Dwinidigdig creatures. As children go on an exploration in this colorful, illustrated book, they will meet none other than the Dweazle who saves the day.
This is a book of wonder because not only did it help to stimulate my imagination, but the rhythm of the rhyming pages offered an appeal. In viewing creatures like the Flampronks, which are sea creatures comprised of an elephant and whale, or the Hizzlesneeb, which has one large white eye in the middle of their forehead that constantly drools, children will not only laugh as they read the story and discover new eccentric creatures, but they will want to share this story with others. Not none of these creatures on Dwinidigdig Island are your usual suspects like a gorilla, lion or monkey, but hopefully your child will want to go back and create a creature of their own.