You can’t tickle me by T. C. Bartlett (Book Review #818)


You can’t tickle me is a children’s book about a little boy who thinks there is a tickle monster waiting to tickle him. Once he wears his paper monster hat and walks around the house imagining the notion of the chase, everything changes. The little has a beautiful imagination and is really playful with the ideas he has about the Tickle Monster.

Compared to the other books I have read from the author, this one had much more literature and structure. The work was beautifully illustrated and well designed. Imagination is the critical element for children’s growth and development, and for that, I believe this book really ventured into this subject.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Everything about the tale, from the cover design to the story, creativity, and spectacular storytelling, was spot on. I recommend this book to parents who are seeking good literature for their children.

Written by Jeyran Main

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