This is a quiet, sweet bedtime book that grapples with children's fears without minimizing them. The book's ultimate conclusion, that unfamiliarity can be the root of fear, is delivered in a concrete, satisfying way. My son never struggled with bedtime fears, but he was rooting for Martina and really enjoyed watching her find peace and friendship. There's a good lesson here, but it doesn't overwhelm the magical storytelling.
ilovereading_5 thinks this title is suitable for 99 years and over
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