I enjoyed the pictures. The story is based around the question “what would you do if you were night?”.
It is a different way of looking at the what if question while talking about night and the creatures within it. Could be used to teach young children more about darkness to help curb fears.
I would recommend this to anyone with small children or teachers. This could be a great way to start discussing night creatures. Pair it with physically acting out the creatures in the book, any non-fiction books of animals that are within the book.
This book was recieved by Netgalley in exchange of an honest review.
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