Sunday, July 10, 2016
Book Review: Rupert
My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars
Rupert was a cute little story. This book is another from CozyBearStudio.com. This wasn't my favorite children's book but it still had a great message.
This is the story of a little pig born into a wealthy family. The parents of Rupert want him to join the family business. They have planned his whole life. He struggles with this because he loves his parents, but he also wants to create his own path in life.
I am not sure the rhymes really worked in this one, I also think it made the book suitable for younger readers. Some of the rhymes end up feeling forced and not natural. It would be a better story if it wasn't done in a rhyme style.
Overall, Rupert would be a great book to add to any child's library.
It's time for Rupert the pig to grow up and take up the family trade. Suddenly he realizes the family trade isn't something he wants and he leaves home on a quest to find what he wants to do with his life.
He bravely steps out into the unknown determined to experience new things and to meet new people while he tries to find a path.
Then something happens to make him realize one of the most important lessons in life: you have to be true to yourself in order to be happy.