Book Review: A Pterodactyl Named Kahoutek by Matthew Levine

Book Details:

Author: Matthew Levine
Release Date: 
9th November 2022
Genre: Children’s Humorous LiteratureShort Stories collection, Children’s Humor
Format: E-book 
Pages: 20
A short story for youth of all ages with humor adults might enjoy about a clumsy Pterodactyl that befriends a sad teenage girl on a San Francisco bus. Contain discussion questions for students at the end.


Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

A Pterodactyl Named Kahoutek by Matthew Levine is a beautifully written book with an equally beautiful and important message that is delivered adeptly using humour and amazing imagery.

This book is a very short read, but the message it offers to its readers is way broader than the confines of this book as it applies to everyone, universally. The author had done an amazing job of sharing some very important life lessons with great moral value using simple language and a very interesting story that is brought to life with well-developed characterisation.

I would strongly recommend this book to all children and adult readers alike because it has something to offer to all its readers.

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