When Curious Boy lets his curiosity get the better of him, it takes him on a strange adventure that does not end up at all as one might guess. With great respect for the inimitable style of Dr. Seuss, Kyle Morey takes readers on a wild ride, complete with a purple gorilla and…but that would be telling.

That Curious Sign on Aisle Nine is fun for kids (4 to 9) to read and may be even more fun for parents to read to their children. Whimsically illustrated by Dwayne Bruce, it’s a “read again and again” kind of book.

Product Details


  • Age Group: 4 to 9 (and parents)
  • Print Length: 30 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: C Turtle Publishing
  • Publication Date: March 6, 2017
  • Language: English
  • Formats: Paperback and Kindle
  • Identifiers: ISBN: 978-0-9979656-2-9 (paperback) | LCCN: 2016919849
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • ending: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled



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Book Reviews

a few from amazon…
“Whimsical and Fun.”
“A fun read!”
“That Curious Sign Delivers!”
“A clever story from the pen of Kyle Morey.”
“A delightful book filled with imagination that speaks to every child, no matter their age…”
“The story has all the components of a classic in children’s literature: suspense, humor, a surprise ending and even a chase scene. ”

Reviewed by Barbara Fanson for Readers’ Favorite

The purple hands on the front cover intrigued me so I had to read That Curious Sign on Aisle Nine, written by Kyle Morey with Laren Bright. And of course, when I read the sign on page 8, I also wanted to know what was behind the sign. But, what happens if you touch him? This book is a real page-turner that will have both children and adults curious as to what happens next. What a surprising twist right at the end! You’ve just got to read That Curious Sign on Aisle Nine.

The illustrations by Dwayne Bruce in That Curious Sign on Aisle Nine are excellent! Lots of color tones, the big, bold illustrations jump off the pages and add so much to the story. I like the rounded, feathered edges of the artwork and how sometimes a foot steps out. We can see the fear in the curious boy’s face, as the artwork demonstrates the story accurately. Authors Kyle Morey and Laren Bright have written a best-seller; That Curious Sign on Aisle Nine is a rhyming adventure full of mystery that will have children and their parents wondering what happens next. From start to finish, children will be entertained with words that sing from the page. That Curious Sign on Aisle Nine has a winning combination of an intriguing and entertaining story, sprinkled with the right amount of fear, and wonderful illustrations—an absolute joy to read again and again. That Curious Sign on Aisle Nine is a must-have picture book for every child’s bookshelf.

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Kyle Morey

About The Author

Kyle Morey is the author of the #1Bestseller, Ask God. He and his wife, Denielle, are the parents of 5 wonderful children to whom they are devoted. As of this writing, the Moreys are on a three-year adventure as wandering worldschoolers, homeless house sitters, and venturesome volunteers. Occasionally, they bump into a purple gorilla or two. Follow their adventures at www.thatsamoreyblog.com.

Dwayne Bruce

About The Illustrator

Dwayne Bruce is an International Award winning illustrator. He lives in Speedway, IN with his wife, son, dog, and cat. He loves to draw and paint everything, and can usually be seen with a pencil and pad of paper in his hand. When not illustrating, Dwayne is conquering castles and riding dragons with Lincoln. The bulk of his artwork can be seen at www.dbruceillustration.com.

Jason Westover

Audiobook: About The Reader

Jason Westover is a best selling author and artist. He and his wife both have a strong passion for entrepreneurship, learning, and teaching. They are looking into adopting their own little monsters someday.

Keep an eye on the bookshelf for his next couple of upcoming projects “Ki ‘oni And The Floating Isle” and “The Adventures of Rex”.