The Children’s Book Review | March 28, 2014
The Wacky Winter on Wiggly Way, by David Cunningham
About The Wacky Winter on Wiggly Way
The Wacky Winter on Wiggly Way introduces readers to the concepts of fear, loss and doubt through the eyes of Stuart, a storyteller in need of a winter home. Stuart embarks on a journey of self-discovery and inspires others in the house whom are seeking redemption. Follow Stuart and his new friends as they learn about self-esteem and reliance as they are confronted by Piggly Wiggly, the angry landlord and his efforts to prevent the friends from sharing happiness at One Wiggly Way.
“In The Wacky Winter on Wiggly Way, David Cunningham has weaved an intriguing character-driven story that induces thought-provoking moments based on hope, faith and perseverance.”—The Children’s Book Review
About the Author
David Cunningham has worked with children, many of them under-privileged for over twenty-five years. He has listened to their stories, loss and pain incorporating these themes into his book to teach children the skills to face their fears. David resides in Massachusetts is married to Michelle and has three children AJ, Henry, Annie and a dog Woodrow.
Read The Children’s Book Review‘s interview with David Cunningham.
About the Illustrator
Christine is an award winning illustrator and graduate from Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). Her works received distinctions from the Society of Illustrators, CMYK Magazine, and 3×3 Magazine. Since graduating from RISD, she’s utilized her creative visual abilities as an illustrator/ designer. Visit: christineyoo.com