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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Westly: A Spider’s Tale by Bryan Beus – $25 Giveaway!!

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Westly
 


Westly: A Spiders Tale by Bryan Beus This is tale of a caterpillar named Westly who is destined to be a Monarch butterfly and the next king of the butterfly kingdom. But sometimes things don't turn out the way we plan. When Westly emerges from his cocoon he is nothing like he expected. As a spider he must rediscover who he is. Adopted by the "dirt eaters," Westly is determined to make a difference. He is determined to belong, to be loved, and most importantly, to become who he was born to be.



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  Author Bryan Beus Bryan Beus – which rhymes with Zeus – is the winner of the Kirchoff/Wohlberg Award from The New York Society of Illustrators. He works full time as an illustrator for magazines, book covers, film and game conceptual art, and more. When not writing and drawing, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Amanda, mindful meditation, drinking root beer floats, and eating far too many Sour Patch Watermelons. Westly is his debut novel.





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My Review




Wesley is a really cute story for youngsters with good life lessons to learn. As with people some think they are much better than others, whether they are better looking or have better material things. In this story the better ones, or so they believe are the butterflies, and the other bugs are the “dirt eaters,” a rather subservient term.
Something goes rather wrong when Wesley, the Kings son, goes into his cocoon to become a butterfly, and when he immerges he is one of the dirt eaters, a spider. Poor Wesley his life sure take a severe turn, he is no longer the top of the insects, as they believe themselves to be.
We are shown in a cute way, what happens when we listen to the wrong people and how our world can get turned upside down. Will this happen to Wesley, guess that is a sure bet, but what happens to all of the insects when their world is about to collapse. We are shown how quickly our life can change with danger lurking, and learning to listen to what your mind is telling you, and acceptance of others.
A fun read with lots of lessons to be learned!
I received this book through I Am A Reader, Not A Writer Book Blogger Program, and was not required to give a positive review.

 

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