Supernatural Horror for the Wee Ones
Dr. Seuss collides hysterically with H.P. Lovecraft's weird tale of maritime horror "Dagon" in this new illustrated book by R.J. Ivankovic.
Following on the heels of his very popular book "The Call of Cthulhu for Beginning Readers", poet-artist RJ Ivankovic now brings us "Dagon". Here the short story is rendered into Seussian anapestic tetrameter an is accompanied by delightful illustration. This strange tale of a marooned sailor becomes even stranger when viewed through this lens. While some children might adore the tale, it's conspicuous use of themes of madness, drug abuse and cosmic horror leave us feeling that parental discretion is advised for this title.
Hardbound, 80 pages.