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Knucklehead Fred by Arias Williams - Book Tour & Review + Giveaway

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Knucklehead Fred 
by Arias Williams 
Genre: Children's Picture Book 

Knucklehead Fred is a whimsical, rhyming story about a fun-loving, energetic boy named Fred.

His parents just can’t figure out how to make him sit still and listen!

But when Fred finds himself in need of a favor, Mom and Dad use it as a perfect opportunity to teach him a thing or two about responsibility. 

Knucklehead Fred is a fun children's book that will teach kids how to be responsible. It's got an easy to read rhyming scheme that will engage young readers, while parents will approve of the message being taught within the pages. As the mom to two boys (one 14 and the other 5), I could relate to the parents in this book.
Fred is a typical kid who doesn't like to do what's he's told when it comes to chores/cleaning up after himself. His parents don't really push the issue too much, but when Fred decides he wants something from them, they decide to teach him a lesson about being responsible and listening/doing what he's told.
The illustrations in the book are bright and colorful, and they add even more enjoyment to the overall story.
I'd recommend Knucklehead Fred to parents and young readers. And I'd definitely read more books featuring Knucklehead Fred.
5 stars!

Arias Williams is a creative based in Los Angeles, CA. 

He is a father of two children, a husband, and currently teaches 7th Grade in South Los Angeles. 

When he isn't working on Knucklehead Fred, Arias can be found in his home studio making beats, hanging with his family, or working to educate the future of Los Angeles. 

Follow the tour HERE for special content and a giveaway! 

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