Hugely likable children's book story that feels timeless and has a distinctive unique feel over itself. It is a short easy on eyes and ears for the entire family without fowl language nor violence. Voice cast is full of big names but they all have close to one line of dialogue and their work could easily have been done by unknowns.
Another little tale from the Julia Donaldson's stables with her characteristic hallmarks all over the place. Since the overwhelming success of The Gruffalo, Donaldson's production has skyrocketed along with her winning concept. This little tale is not an exception. It feels repetitive, it lacks originality. Library shelves start being saturated with such a predictive formula.