Saturday, November 29, 2014

The Boy Who Couldn’t Cry Wolf


Blackwell is a master at crisp, idiomatic language that is perfect for his target audience…If you want a creative, unique and thoroughly enjoyable book for kids -look no further. ~ Excerpt of review by Anthony Narlesky for The Enchanted River Race

Guest article by Maxine Whitman

Caldric Blackwell’s picture book, “The Boy Who Couldn’t Cry Wolf,” with its engaging plot, imaginative illustrations, and lovable characters, is the perfect choice for a bedtime story.

This picture book follows a friendly, six-year-old werewolf named Byron as he tries to learn how to howl. The many funny characters (a werewolf mayor, for instance) Byron meets during his adventure are sure to keep your child laughing. This picture book’s illustrations are colorful and detailed, adding a whimsical feel to the story.

This children’s book teaches an empowering lesson about believing in yourself and not worrying about what others think.

As an added bonus, Kindle Unlimited subscribers can get the Kindle version of this picture book completely free!

Visit the author’s website ( if you’re interested in buying this children’s book or learning more about it.

Caldric Blackwell
Caldric Blackwell
Exposure to a host of great authors while studying at the University of California, Santa Barbara inspired him to begin writing fiction. Although he began writing short stories for adults, he eventually migrated to writing children's books. ~ Excerpt from the author’s website

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