Apr 13, 2014
Review: Nine Words Max
Nine Words Max by Dan Bar-el
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Nine words Max by Dan Bar-el is a very witty little book for children. Prince Max loves to talk on and on sharing his vast wisdom with everyone in the kingdom. His 3 brothers (the other princes) get so tired of listening to Max go on & on sharing facts and educational junk. They just want to quietly be lazy & goofs. The princes don't know that Max's wisdom might could save them when the King & Queen take a vacation and a neighboring queen visits.
I also loved the humorous illustrations that added so much fun and whimsy to this book. I am glad I received this book from the publisher in order to provide an honest opinion. I honestly loved it. It was funny, light hearted, and even had a valuable lesson between the humor.
Find out what the princes do, with the wizard's help, to limit Max's talking, and the trouble they find themselves in realizing they actually need some wisdom and help at times when things aren't all fun and games.
Wonderfully written & humorously illustrated children's book. Loved it.
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