Why do you think I did that? (It's funny how that sentence is better than anything you've written on this site. That's one clue.) I'll tell you anyway. I had already warned you about making new pages, and the last one you made was a bitter better, but not by much. But it's also your edits in general. (I had also given a summary when I blocked you. I'm not sure if you saw that or not?) Most of my time here now, is cleaning up your bad grammar and so forth, which has gotten out of control.
You're not just "editing" other people's work, you're also writing your own words, words that need to be understood and done in the correct manner, but if you can't do that, then how long I'm I supposed to wait for you to improve, or even to correct yourself afterwards? It's at this point, I have to take some action.
No. I'm sorry you're frustrated, but what's the point of unblocking you, if you're just going to continue to make the same mistakes? Maybe you can improve, and when that happens, you can be let back. I don't want to be so tough, but maybe this will make you better.
Can you please put effort into making new pages? You make a really lousy attempt, and it doesn't look good on this wiki, or to anybody when what you've written is poorly done. Do you even pay attention to what you've done? If you continue to do this, I will have to ban you, because of your consistent poor efforts.
I'm sorry to be blunt, but it's a pain cleaning up your grammar, especially when you create your own page, which I don't think anybody else has considered looking at. This is why I deleted "Binky's "A" Game", which you also used the template for. Either do it right or don't do it at all.
Instead of taking images from your phone, they should be properly taken from a computer, either through taking a snapshot from the cartoon, or with book covers being saved. It looks like the only reason why the image you added for "Arthur and the Whole Truth" was in high quality, is because you found it somewhere else (and the fact the name didn't start with "IMG."