Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2019
It's cute, simplistic, and therapeutic. The characters carry on a directionless conversation filled with lines that range from petty (Is the glass half full or empty? I'm just glad to have a glass), to the borderline-but-never-quite-thoughtful (What's the bravest thing you've ever said? Help.), to the mostly saccharine (No matter how it appears, everyone has their struggles*). These are wanna-be inspirational quotes that never rise to the pithiness of aphorisms or poignancy of poetry. The artwork is cute, but not astounding, better than novice, but not prize-winning. Overall, the book is an overrated testimony to the American reader's need sentimental platitudes. It's just a shadow of Winnie the Pooh.
*I should note, my quotes are not exact, because I wasn't paying $23 for a 128 page comic book with a sentence on every page, so I read the whole thing while walking around the bookstore, and don't now have a copy.