My Thoughts On… The Amazing Adventures of Wobblin Wobin’ by Tony Rocca
Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Amazing Adventures of Wobblin Wobin’ and I am here today with a review of this lovely book.
**A copy of this book was provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review**
Author: Tony Rocca
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing
Published: 30th April 2019
Source:: Review Copy from Publisher
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Summary: Meet Robin, or rather, Wobin: a metal garden ornament transported from England to the beautiful French Riviera. He’s lonely and can’t speak French. Neither can he fly, which is a bit unfortunate for a bird. This is his story about learning to fly and being brave.
As soon as I heard about this cute little book, I knew that it was one that I had to give a read and I am incredibly glad that I did. The Amazing Adventures of Wobblin’ Wobin is a lovely tale of a bird who is different, and ultimately, trapped, and how he learns to embrace himself and set himself free. It is full of fun and adventure and I am positive that it is a book that will be devoured by young children – especially those who have a special love for animals and birds. I was quickly hooked on the story and really felt for Wobin. I wanted him to enjoy life as much as he could.
The book is a charming tale which shows that even though we’re all a little bit different, that doesn’t mean there is anything wrong with us. It celebrates diversity and also how to deal with bullies – with a bunch of friends by your side. It is a lovely book that I truly enjoyed reading and would definitely recommend to anyone who is looking for something easy, fun and interesting to read. I also really liked the way the book is narrated and think it will also appeal to younger readers as well.
So if you’re looking for a book for a younger child, aged around 7 to 9, this is definitely one that you should give a go!
About the Author
clichés’ – International Herald Tribune). A second book, Memories of Eden, concerned the Jewish community of Iraq and was equally well received. His first novel, You Send Me, followed. This new book for children, set on the French Riviera where he now lives, is a further example of his versatility as a writer.