Book Review: Squint

Squint

by Chad Morris; Shelly Brown

Shadow Mountain Publishing

Shadow Mountain

Children’s Fiction

Pub Date 02 Oct 2018

I am reviewing a copy of Squint through Shadow Mountain Publishing and Netgalley:

Flint loves to draw and he’s trying to finish his comic book because he wants to be the youngest winner in the “Find a Comic Star” competition. He also needs to hurry because he has an eye disease that can make him go blind.

The new girl at school Mckell, immediately hangs out with the popular kids, but she does not like the way these kids treat Squint. Mckell finds him to be nice and quite talented. Mckell wants to get to know Squint but is unsure if it’s worth the risk.

Mckell loves to write poetry and songs but she shares that talent with no one but her brother Danny whose dying of Progeria, but She finally finds the courage to share her talent with Squint with her brothers encouragement after he passes.

I give Squint five out of five stars!

Happy Reading!

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