Your children will get hooked on flyfishing with Olive and a cast of colorful characters. This is the first title in this series of great kid's books and features eye-catching illustrations, delightful dialogue, and kid-friendly facts. It is going to make a big splash!
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Kirk Werner never set out to become a children's book author. While he has always enjoyed writing, it is his love of flyfishing and illustrating that led him to create the story of Olive the Woolly Bugger. He is a homegrown product of Washington State, where he lives with his wife and two kids and one itchy dog. He has more stories planned for Olive the Woolly Bugger so stay tuned.Review:
Kirk Werner's two new books arrived in the mail last week and we were simply amazed by the talent they display. No only are the books -- Olive, The Little Woolly Bugger, and Olive and the Big Stream -- beautifully illustrated and written, they show great imagination and real knack for storytelling.
MidCurrent's own crack team of children's book critics began reviewing the books last Thursday night. Their balanced opinion (one is a 7-year-old boy, the other a 5-year-old girl) is that the books are the best. Of course we didn't let the reviewers get away with such a simple critique, and when pressed both mentioned the great story and repeated several examples of engaging plot twists. But perhaps the most telling praise of all was an eagerness to return to the task on subsequent evenings, and even a willingness to forgo Spongebob.
If you have or know children of reading age who like a good book, we highly recommend Mr. Werner's new titles. --Marshall Cutchin from MidCurrent Magazine
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