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The illustrations are great and work incredibly well with the story.
Therefore, if your kid is being afraid of the darkness, this book might be of great help to explain there's nothing to be afraid of.
So many books try to conquer fear of the dark by trivializing it, and this book respects it instead.
Bought for our grandson. Helps teach kids about the dark with a very humorous point a vie.,I love the book and the drawing are great.Published 11 days ago by Arthur Robidoux
Jon Klassen again provides great illustrations. The story is unconventional, smart, and witty, everything you would expect from Lemony Snicket.Published 27 days ago by Chad Roller
I'll start off by saying that this is not for everyone. The story is as straightforward as Lemony Snicket seems to get with his tales but this one leaves a little to be desired. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel Middleton
It wouldn't be odd to be afraid of the dark. The dark might make things in the light seem odd. When the dark calls your name, it takes bravery to follow. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kealani
This is exactly what you would expect from Lemony Snicket. It's creepy and intriguing. This is the kind of picture book that children will ask to be read over and over and over.Published 2 months ago by Heather M. Riley
A great story and great artistic expression.
Only 4 stars instead of five because the book itself smells and makes me wonder if it's a little bit toxic.
This is such an awesome and really great book! I love it! Definitely worth it to give it a read.Published 3 months ago by vannemic