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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

The Boy Who Couldn't Cry Wolf Review

Six-year-old Byron Woodward is a werewolf who can’t howl. Determined not to embarrass himself after being chosen to lead a full-moon ceremony, he embarks on a mission to learn how to howl. He learns a lot about howling during his journey, but more importantly, he learns a valuable lesson about believing in himself.

I received a copy of this book at no cost from the author in exchange for my honest review.


This is a super cute story with a great lesson for young kids. The story is fun to read and the lesson is a great one about being proud of who you are, and not worrying about what others think of you. Byron is a werewolf that can't howl. This is a story about how he learns to like himself for who he is. The artwork is colorful and engaging also. My boys and I had a lot of fun reading this story!

About the Author

Caldric Blackwell realized he loved reading when he read about a bunch of people (with single-syllable names) and their pets (also with single-syllable names) in kindergarten. Exposure to a host of great authors during his college years inspired him to begin writing. He currently resides in central California, where he writes, gardens, and plays a variety of string instruments.

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