Introducing monthly poems

I’m going to do a thing where on the last day of a month, I will write down a Poem I find in my junior classics book full of fairy tales and poems.

A little Squirrel

By a child in a winnetka nursery

I saw a little squirrel,

Sitting in a tree;

He was eating a bit

And wouldn’t look at me.

Star wars?

I have a new blog, and it’s called The Imperial Wookie, and I was thinking, I know a lot about Star Wars, should I blog a little bit about Star wars too?

I know lots of people like Star wars, but so far, two posts have no likes on them. Maybe my readers don’t know about them, and maybe I need to make a new post. This post.

So yeah, I’m going to make  couple of Star wars posts now and then, and see how it goes.

Movie Review: Descendants 2

Best Descendants movie so far!

I have been waiting for this movie for this movie for over a month now, and now it’s finally here!

Like I said above, it is the best Descendants movie so far! It had everything I wanted; Pirates, Sword fights, New characters, New songs, songs for the villain kids, tons of humor, and Pirates. Oh, and one more thing:

Pirates.

I love Pirates.

This may seem weird, but I went to the Pirates side in this movie. They have the coolest clothes, all the nasty swords, pirate ships, and when they say, “It’s a Pirates life every single day”, they’re saying that it’s nothing but adventure and fun every day. But that’s not the only reason why I’m on the villain kids side:

Dizzy.

She was just so funny, so cute, just excited all the time, I don’t know who to call her: A Mini-Cinderella or a Mini-Evie. Maybe both.

Now, I’m not saying I would want to be a villain. I’m happy the good guys won, the Pirates just had the funny little girl and the cool pirate clothes.

When Mal and Ben and everybody was dancing, I thought the ending could have been better. But it continued, and it was even better.

I’d love to continue, but I don’t want to spoil anything in this review.

Grade: I give this movie and A+

Thanks for reading this review.

Good bye, and remember:

Long Live Evil!


The green great Dragon

​When J. R. R. Tolkien was 7 years old, J. R. R. Tolkien wrote his first work of fiction, which a “green great Dragon”. Sadly, when his mother corrected him, and told him it was great green dragon, Tolkien was so discouraged that he put away his fledgling work, and didn’t try another attempt to write for many more years.

Wow. This shocked me. J. R. R. Tolkien is known as the author of The Lord of the rings, and the Hobbit, and the Silmarillion, and many more works that I, and many more fans, enjoy reading over and over again. And when this “incident” happened, it could have ended Tolkien’s career as an author.

I’m so happy he began writing again.

Book review: Cottonmouth and the river by: C. S. Fritz

Name: Cottonmouth and the river

Author: C. S. Fritz

Favorite character: Tug the comforter

Plot: When Freddie finds a mysterious egg in the river in the river he loves, he also discovers a new friend, Tug, who makes Freddie promise never to eat the egg. In return for obeying the promise, Tug takes Freddie on wild adventures. But Freddie is about to discover that broken promises come at a great price.

Comments:

With beautiful illustrations and heart-changing words, Cottonmouth and the river is a must-add to every parents library. My heart was moved by the story, and my guess is yours will be too. – Elyse Fitzpatrick

It is rare to find a book in this genre as wonderfully written and beautifully drawn as Cottonmouth and the river. Even more rare is to find them packed with the themes of sacrifice and redemption. This book is what gift. – Tim Chaddick

Artistic, poetic, mysterious, and ingenious, Cottonmouth and the river is a great read. It digs its hooks into you and pulls you deep into the story’s world. After I finished reading it to my kids, the first thing they said was, ‘Can we read it again, Dad?’ – John Mark Comer

Review: This book was an excellent read. I think I got the book around 2013 or 2014, when my grandparents got me this book. Me and my granny read this book together, laughed together, we just had a fun time reading this book. I read it more than once, but haven’t read it in years now. But after finishing Frindle, I went to my bookshelf for a new book to read, and my eye caught Cottonmouth and the river. I remember how much I loved this book, reading the words, then looking at the illustrations. So I picked it up, and began reading.

Just like years ago, it did not disappoint. The words were brilliantly described, the illustrations were beautiful and funny, there were tons of Images, this book will interest all.

I can’t wait to read the sequel.