Comic Review: Snug Harbor Stories

Snug Harbor Stories by Will  Henry
Snug Harbor Stories: A Wallace the Brave Collection! 
by Will Henry

5 out of 5 stars on GoodReads

I can’t get enough of Wallace and his friends! Once again, I wish I could give this comic 10 stars!

Wallace, Amelia, and Spud are off on another set of minor adventures in the woods and creeks around Snug Harbor. They spend their days hunting the Sasquatch, tracking a prehistoric turtle named Gramps, playing basketball, making blanket forts, eating pancakes in the shape of a top hat, and ducking out of their schoolwork.

I love how imaginative Wallace is! He can take the smallest bit of nothing and turn it into a wild adventure, dragging his friends along with him.
Once again, one of the best things about Wallace’s world is his quirky family. I love how weird and funny they all are: the fisherman dad, the artistic mom, and the baby brother who eats bugs. They join in Wallace’s imaginative world, letting him express himself by wearing weird hats, sticking his head inside a pumpkin, or playing at the Wild West with salt and pepper shakers. Whether it’s building a clubhouse, setting up a tire swing, flying a kite, or just sitting quietly to watch a spider spinning its web, Wallace’s parents are ready to celebrate childhood right along with him.

I enjoyed the playful art style, and the thoroughly entertaining jokes in this adorable comic!

Disclaimer: I received an ecopy of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.

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