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Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite
Would You Like A Whiskered Wogler? (Fun Reading Books For Ages 3-7) is a children’s picture book written by Virginia K. White and illustrated by Gaspar Sabater. How many kids are familiar with words beginning with the letter “W”? White’s whimsical, wandering Whiskered Wogler seems devoted to all things beginning with that letter. His fashion sense, taste for foods and enjoyment of sports all conform to his love of “W.” Kids will have a grand time following along as the Whiskered Wogler shares all the delightful foods that conform to his alliterative rules with them. And aren’t we all glad Woglers don’t care much for eating wasps?
Virginia K. White’s Would You Like A Whiskered Wogler? teaches kids alliteration and shows them how to have fun exploring language. I enjoyed getting to know the rather dashing Whiskered Wogler and learning about the love all Woglers have of crafts and occupations featuring their favorite letter. This is an excellent way to introduce alliteration and encourage kids to use their imaginations to think up other words beginning with the letter “W” to help the Wogler. And there are quite a few other letters that they can have fun with as well. Gaspar Sabater’s droll and funny Wogler fits the story perfectly -- especially the brightly colored and dramatic appearance of the Wogler with “wild, waist-length, warm-colored hair whipping in the wind.” Who said learning vocabulary and alliteration can’t be fun? They obviously haven’t read Would You Like A Whiskered Wogler? Yet. It’s both fun and educational, and it’s most highly recommended.