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Come on in and hear the tale of Mallory Brown, and about her adventures in Super Fun Town. This intrepid young girl who had so much fun during her day at the park, she and her family decided to hide inside the gates after dark. But she soon finds Super Fun Town isn’t all that it seems, can plucky Mal save it from the clutches of a fiendish Queen?
on November 7, 2017
What an amazing and fanciful journey the reader gets to take with Mallory Brown. This story has heart and its whimsical storyline will delight readers of all ages. The illustrations are delightful and really enhance the impact of this sweet story.
What a super fun book! At first I was like where’s the consequences and then I was like awe yeah. I’m trying to give an honest from the heart review without spoilers. Great writing and bright fun illustration.
"Mallory Brown at Super Fun Town" is a brightly and gorgeously illustrated children's book that can cross the interests of several ages.
Tristan Tait brings each page to life. The publisher enhanced these illustrations by choosing the appropriately glossy paper. It is immediately visually appealing.
David Disspain's story itself uses both a rhyming, Dr. Seuss style that younger children will enjoy - think 3-5 year olds - and a lengthy story that 6-9 year olds might enjoy reading on their own. This length though is a bit of a double edged sword. The word length is like that of a first chapter book that a 9 y.o. would pick up but the style is done in a manner that might not feel "big kid" enough. Conversely, it is too long for a 4 y.o. to take in one sitting.
That said, the possible downsides are outweighed by the delightful pages. I still highly recommend this wonderfully crafted book to families with children age 3-9.