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by Carl E. Sams II and Jean Stoick
Review By Adie Grass
Stranger in the Woods is a very interesting story that takes you to a forest where the creatures, including a chick-a-dee-dee, take you on an adventure to encounter a stranger in the woods! I won’t say who the stranger is, but the animals like him in the end.
I mostly read this book when the winter holidays are here. I love the photos of the animals. Most stories have drawn pictures. This story has photographs of real animals in the winter. Its various photos are amazing and you can see every detail. I also love its characters like a handsome, young buck and a funny porcupine munching on antlers. When I was littler I always enjoyed how real the animals were. I always thought about a real rabbit, scared silly to see if the stranger was real (especially when my mom would make the voices different for all the characters).
Who do I suggest this book to? Families with children who don’t see snow or woods much. Little kids will love the pictures and the funny characters. Older children who are studying photography would love to study this book for photo class, too. I love this book. I hope other people will love it after reading this book review written by a ten year old. – Adie Grass, fateful reviewer.