A Monster for Meg (Giants and Monsters) by Lois Wickstrom – Review by Jamie Burns

A Monster for Meg by Lois Wickstrom is an excellent children’s book! This book is unique in that the main character, Meg is blind. Her big sister, Sue is trying to help her understand what a monster is like using other sense than sight. This way Meg can build an idea as to what monsters are like. Each time Sue describes the monster, Meg relates it to Sue so that she can fully understand what the monster is like. This is such an awesome book about the bond of two siblings and how they navigate Meg being blind. I love that this book represents a severely underrepresented population. I highly recommend this book!

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