"Then it conveniently hatches; Mrs. Fleedle has no doubts about the insides of the strange exterior, a lesson not lost on the parents of many teenagers, but one that will also make harmonious sounds with much younger souls, if in their case as much about security as identity. (Picture book. 3-6)"
An atavistic charm hovers around Kangas's authorial debut, with its genial story of good-neighborliness and its fully fleshed, closely observed art full of soft woodland colors.
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