I Want a Whale! by Nick Vianna (A Review)

Review By Don Sloan


I Want a Whale! by Nick Vianna is the charming and whimsical tale of a whale who came to be adopted by a little girl named Lexie and her parents.

Lexie is certain that her first pet HAS to be a whale “as white as snow” — so she can “paint him with pink stars for our Broadway show!” She also wants a whale so she can “slide down his tail on a slippery water ride!”

Her imagination knows no bounds, but her Dad is confounded. “Where can I find a whale?” he wonders.

In this beautifully illustrated children’s book, we follow Lexie’s Dad on his search for a white whale, so his daughter won’t be disappointed. It’s a TALL order, not to mention BIG! But, that doesn’t stop Lexie’s Dad from searching high and low.

Does Lexie’s Dad find a white whale? And, if he does, where will he find a whale-sized fish bowl? And won’t Lexie be surprised if he succeeds in his singular quest? Find out what happens by reading I Want a Whale! today.

Five stars to author Nick Vianna for this wonderful new children’s book, sure to be enjoyed at bedtime in many homes around the world.

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About Don Sloan

I am a former journalist with a major daily newspaper and now am a full-time Indie book reviewer. I love to write, read, drink good wine, and take short naps in front of my fireplace here in the North Carolina mountains.
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