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The Cozies: The Legend of Operation Moonlight Kindle Edition
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As the tale opens, Thursby welcomes an unseen audience in a lecture hall. He is there to tell about a Cozies grand adventure that happened a long time ago. Cozies are figments of the imagination, specifically nursery figments.
The Cozies in the nursery watch over the baby Bingo. Thursby is joined by quite an intersting cast: Musetta, the actress; Gubbins, who ‘resembles what might happen if two pocket watches collide and the bits and pieces came down in the shape of” a person about as tall as Thursby, Rumple, who looks like a giant squishable toy with a translucent baby-blue body, and the Twins, “round-faced girls no bigger than a man’s thumb each with pretty but ineffectual little wings.”
Life goes along as normal until one day a new nanny arrives. She’s not nearly as affable as the previous nanny, and the Cozies start to worry when she starts to whisper with a big lout, one who comes in through the second-story window.
Then the nanny and the lout kidnap Bingo and it’s up to the Cozies to find him and get him back home, safe and sound. Their journey is whimsical and imaginative, a fun adventure for reader of all ages.
Its story-within-a story is charming and delightful. I hope T. L. writes more adventures with these characters. The Cozies: The Legend of Operation Moonlight receives 5 out of 5 stars in Julie’s world.
These "Cozies" are tiny little figments of imagination. Each one has a different shape and personality, but they all exist to make small children happy. One night, their little human is kidnapped. They want to help, but they have no idea how - as imaginary creatures, they can't really change the real world the same way a human can. However, Musetta, a brave Cozy, helps lead them into an amazing series of adventures to help their human. Their combination of imagination and action overcomes their helplessness to make a difference.
It's a unique concept and a fun story. It encourages the power of imagination - something that, sadly, many kids are less interested in. My daughter loves imaginative play, so it was fun for her to read a book that illustrated just how powerful imagination can be.