Book Review: A Father’s Wish, the Tale of King Big Bear the Fat by Christine Corretti


A Father’s Wish, the Tale of King Big Bear the Fat by Christine Corretti

Children and adults will enjoy this touching tale of fatherly love and the fulfillment that a family brings to one’s life. A Father’s Wish: the Tale of King Big Bear the Fat portrays emotional complexities the author believes animals feel for their families. The story also presents the reader with a world where nature is able to thrive because of kindness and understanding. The world of King Big Bear is also a magical one, however. Each animal is given a voice that represents his/her intelligence, spirit and emotions. Their story is one where courage, determination, love and the instinct to protect life are pitted against evil. Read as King Big Bear and his comrades embark on a journey to save his greatest treasure and to put an end to the old wizard’s undercover acts of wrongdoing.

File Size: 261 KB
Print Length: 34 pages

My Thoughts:
This book is interesting and I enjoy the moral of the story.  The plot is fairly simple as it is a very quick read.  It’s not as polished as it should be, but it is still a nice story.  I liked the relationship that the bear king develops with his adopted son and the way he grows to love him and tries to do what is right.

About the Author:

 I am an author, artist, art historian and animal rights activist who loves books of many kinds. You can contact me at

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