“One day I come across a strange island,” says Norman Messenger in the book “The Land of the Neverbelieve.” The book has “facts” about the animals, people, spook
“One day I come across a strange island,” says Norman Messenger in the book “The Land of the Neverbelieve.” The book has “facts” about the animals, people, spooky monuments and mysterious plants he meets or hears about in the Land of the Neverbelieve. In the front there is a map of this strange island that looks like a wolf. The “facts” make the book even more interesting to read. The facts are detailed so the plant or animal he describes is made to look like it is real. This island has a vicious tickling tree as well as hoofed people who are afraid to leave the island.
What doesn’t this “island” have? The images are so realistic you can feel the ocean and taste the chocolate trees. This book would not be good for bedtime stories because it is more of a factual book than a fun times book. It would be a great book to have around the house if you are bored or just have a lazy day. This book is for ages five and up because of scary creatures. It may give little kids nightmares. Keep in mind this book is mainly pictures. This book is a must for any house.