Sam , Leventhorpe
Wed Wabbit was a great surprise to me as I thought it would be a mindless, story-less, pointless child's comedy but it was really a tale about family, change, blame and responsibilities.
Fidge was a likable, fun protagonist who, with the help of Graham and the Wimbly Woos, saved the kingdom and showed that you need to be more than one trait to be a hero.
The biggest message that I got from this book was to never judge a book by it's cover and if it wasn't on the challenge I doubt I would ever of read a hidden jem like this.
Posted on: 11th May 2018 at 09:07 pm
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