Even if just slightly in the shadow of her first, it is still a highly recommendable book. It sensitively shows us much about some of the other people who share our world, and consequently allows us to understand ourselves better. She was still The Author Who Hit the Spot for hyper-imaginative insight into the thoughts, feelings and needs of touchingly human characters. If our children are able to create a better world in the future, and I am optimistic that they might, then books like these could well have helped them. If I read a book which I feel is less than wonderful which happens far more often than not then I simply don't write about it. Oh, and its very funny too. Her writing is littered with wonderfully evocative word-painting of both the jungle itself and the lives lived within it. Picture book enthusiasts look out for Lights on Cotton Rock this September. However, I can think of few which introduce magic directly into an otherwise disturbingly real world in quite the way that this book does.
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