BOOK REVIEW: The Sea Monster
Thus, it’s my pleasure to recommend Katrina Redelsheimer’s excellent children’s book The Sea Monster. As we wage this long culture war, it’s important to support authors like this. Otherwise, we’ll foolishly limit our ability to enjoy new works by confining ourselves exclusively to the classics (everyone should still read those).
In essence, The Sea Monster is a touching tale about friendship and the natural cycle of life and death as told through a bond formed between a friendly sea monster and fisherman (and his family). Children will learn about the concepts of time, aging, memories, friendship and more in a warm, engaging way.
Parents reading this to their kids or kids reading this themselves will be moved by this story. No doubt. It’s beautifully illustrated by Alissa Grantham too.
I’ve been wanting to highlight this great work for a while now, but didn’t want to accidentally doxx Katrina.
You see, in our dangerous, clown world political environment where terrorists like Antifa roam the streets, you never know what nuts might do in real life. Vanessa & Donald Trump Jr. learned this the hard way today with an envelope containing white powder.
I first became aware of Katrina and her husband upon learning of their ordeal when they were savagely beaten by Antifa for the “crime” of attending Milo At Cal, an event that got famously canceled because of left wing violence.
I’d say if you have young children, looking for a good gift for people who do have kids or are a schoolteacher/librarian, you should absolutely not hesitate to pick up a copy of The Sea Monster on Amazon. You can connect with Katrina on Twitter here: @smisanthrope.