[Review]: Cottonmouth and the End

Are you looking for an Narnia-like, easy-to-read book for your children? Do you want a book with a powerful message of hope and love? Then you must get the Cottonmouth series!

C. S. Fritz (see the parallel with C. S. Lewis already?!) has written a short and captivating story about Freddie Cottonmouth, broken up into three books:
  1. Cottonmouth and the River. We meet Freddie and Tug, and learn about pain, love, and sacrifice.
  2. Cottonmouth and the Great Gift. Freddie is sent on a mission, with a guide.
  3. Cottonmouth and the End. Freddie continues the mission. Victory comes, but not by the hand of Freddie.
I highly recommend that you introduce your children to the Cottonmouth series. My kids called these stories "cool," "awesome," "mysterious,"
"adorable," and other positive adjectives. And I think your kids will do the same.

Your children will smile. They will think. They may even cry. (And don't be surprised if you join them.) And throughout the pages, you'll hear the Biblical message of redemption.

And you're in luck! You can win a free copy of Cottonmouth and the End by leaving a comment below, or on Facebook or Twitter. If you want to win, you must enter by Sunday, May 17.

Plus, you can win an original, signed piece of Cottonmouth artwork using the Rafflecopter entry below:

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Want another fun idea for your kids? Have them mail a letter to Freddie Cottonmouth himself! They'll receive a personal reply. Here are the details:

**Disclaimer: I was provided a free copy of all three books in the series, in return for this unbiased review.


  1. Always looking for fun new books for the kids!

  2. I'm in. Thanks for the recommendation.