The Little Ghost Who Was a Quilt Book Review

Kimberlee Tanner

The Little Ghost Who Was a Quilt

We were recently approached about reviewing a new children’s book featuring a quilt. Since we love children’s books as much as we love quilts, we were thrilled to check it out.

The Little Ghost Who Was a Quilt by Riel Nason and Illustrated by Byron Eggenschwiler is an endearing tale all about a little ghost that is made from a quilt instead of a sheet like his family and friends. He isn’t as agile or fast and is often made fun of. He simply wants to be like everyone else and doesn’t like being made from a quilt.

His parents try to explain that he has ancestors that were also different, but the little ghost still struggles with being unique.

Throughout the book, he ends up having an adventure all his own that helps him see that being different is okay. He learns that he has value in his own way and we don’t all have to be the same.

This book is not just a heartwarming tale, but the pictures are so well done. They are classic and beautiful. Overall we give it 5 out of 5 stars!

If you are looking for a fun addition to your sewing room or bookshelf, we highly recommend picking it up. Our little people request it over and over. You can get it at Barnes and Noble or on Amazon.

We were provided the book to review at no cost, but all opinions of the book are our own!

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