Book Review: I Know Sasquatch

sasquatchI know Sasquatch is about a girl named Jess (and Sasquatch).  She knows that Sasquatch is real because she met him in the woods one day behind her house. She tells the story of how they met and became friends and how he is really nice and doesn’t like photos that make him look mean.  The pictures in the book are pretty cool, they are real photographs from outside with the characters added on top so it is a little bit of reality and fiction all in ones.

I received an e-copy in exchange for this review.

About the book

Sasquatch are big, creepy creatures with razor-sharp teeth, long claws, and stinky fur (Ew!). At least, thats what most people think . . . But nobody’s actually ever met one — except Jess Bradley! In this quirky, colorful picture book, Jess describes her first encounter with a Sasquatch and the real beauty inside this Bigfoot beast. (Apparently, he’s a big fan of bubble gum!) You’ll never judge a beast by its stinky fur again!

For ages 4-7.
* Humorous and creative picture book that will activate kids’ imaginations
* Mixed media illustrations make this book unique
* Wide appeal: Answers an age-old question about mythical creatures

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