“Inky Makes New Friends” ~Riley Morgan~ Review


I received this product through Tomoson in exchange for a fair and honest review.


Inky Ink is a small and cute splashy creature made out of ink. He is looking to make friends and playmates but gets rejected because he seems weird and dirty. The book follows Inky in his quest to make new friends and feel loved and accepted.


Riley Morgan loves kids. Morgan is a parent, grandparent and former journalist. He got connected to his inner kid and decided to harness his unique talent for storytelling and special connection with young children to create a series of stories that are entertaining as they are educational.

All of Riley Morgan’s stories are first read to children. Then, based on their reactions and feedback, the stories are polished to match the interest of the young audience.
By presenting characters with high social awareness, and eco-friendly, Morgan seeks to educate his readers and their kids to grow up to become better people.
Morgan works closely with his illustrators to shape the beloved characters and masterfully create endearing scenes.


My children love to read and they were excited to try out a new book! This is a cute book but overall my kiddos really weren’t too interested in it. It was a nice concept about making friends but didn’t keep their attention. The thing that bugged me the most was that the sentences were all different sizes. I know this can be a way to emphasize somethings as small or BIG but I’m not sure why it varies so much on each page.


I downloaded this book on my Ipad and it seemed to have issues fitting the screen correctly, I would recommend trying it on a Kindle. I was constantly having to zoom in onto the page in order for it to fit even remotely correct.


Overall, the pictures are cute and the story is sweet. Again, my kiddos just weren’t into it. My favorite was Inky, his eyes were adorable and it just made you want to cuddle him lol! I think that this is geared more towards a younger aged group. It is an okay book but I probably won’t be reading it again anytime soon. If you have Kindle Unlimited it is free on there! 🙂



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