Caleb’s Wish - Book Review
Be careful what you wish for! Birthday wishes may just be a little more powerful than we give them credit for… Caleb’s Birthday Wish is a wonderful tale about holding on to one’s dream despite whatever we might see as obstacles. Written by David Villanueva jr. and illustrated by Edmundo Sanchez, Caleb’s Birthday Wish brings us a wonderful, freckle-faced 8-year-old boy in a wheelchair that wanted very much to fly. Caleb goes on a fun and exciting balloon trip where he is briefly caught in a tree, had a slight alligator scare, enjoyed a chimpanzee race, met a sneezing giraffe and had a close call with a zooming jet. Finally, aided by friendly ducks (and his powerful birthday wish) Caleb finds his way back to the birthday party that is still going strong in his back yard. The last few pages are well designed for this age group with a maze, seek and count games and a word search.
40-pages are filled with a light-humor and the main character has a cheerful and dream-filled disposition. His faithful dog, Ozzy, is there with him throughout the tale – with the exception of the flight itself. I can say with honesty, that I enjoyed reviewing this book… ISBN#: 0-9771971-8-2 Author: David Villanueva jr. Illustrator: Edmundo Sanchez Publisher: A Better Be Write Publisher.
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