Milo (or Milo Mouse as he so often was called), is an adorable little guy who hasn’t been sleeping well the last few nights. I really felt sorry for him, but I was also a bit annoyed at him. But that changed with the last part of the book, I won’t spoil anything, but let’s just say I was cheering for this little guy to face his fears and I was hoping that after all this that he would be sleeping all right again.
The book was a bit repetitive, the first time Milo asked someone it was fun, but the second and the third time it got a bit boring and I was actually afraid there would be a fourth repetition, luckily when that almost happened he finally faced his fears.
I loved what in the end turned out to cause Milo’s fears. It was so adorable and sweet.
The art is cute and beautiful. There is loads of little details and the artist drew the mice perfectly and I just wanted to reach out and hold them and hug them.
All in all, I would recommend this book. I am sure kids will love this one, and this book probably will be perfect for kids afraid of the dark or having nightmares or fears about something. It can show them that if you face your fears that you might find out it isn’t a scary as you always thought. 🙂