Review — The Possible Police by Wylde Scott




I received The Possible Police by Wylde Scott from Goodreads First Reads. 

DSC_4081Goodreads Summary:

What happens when you remove all obstacles to a child’s imagination? Anything is possible. Unless of course, you let The Possible Police stop you. They will do whatever it takes to stop children from believing. Wylde Scott believes that all children should live in a world of endless possibilities. In this beautifully illustrated picture book, Wylde takes your child into his boundless imagination as he fights off the possible police. Join him as he inspires children to truly believe, and teaches them that no one can stop them from doing what they dream.

My Thoughts:

I received this book free, from Goodreads First Reads.  This book is beautiful.  The illustrations are wonderful. The author is the main character in the book, and he dreams whatever he wants.  Anything is possible.  The possible police are trying to thwart his imagination, telling him that these dreams are impossible.  The vivid illustrations are done in a way that fits with the story, very ethereal.  The moral of the story is great, Dreaming is believing, and no dream is impossible.  The book is told in rhyme, which I think always appeals to children, and makes it more fun to read.  Solomon P. Doubtful, Rutherford H. Fearful, and William Mackery Naysayer (the possible police) can’t stop you from dreaming. ❤ 


On Wylde Scott’s website he has little profiles of the possible police:

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Overall, I loved this book.  I think it would be great to read aloud with your child.  ❤

What are some of your favorite children’s books?  Do you like the style of this book?


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