Brave Martha (Margot Apple)

Not Recommended, Not Repeatable

This isn’t a bad book, and the premise is cute. A young girl (Martha) must learn to go to sleep without her cat as a companion. She’s afraid that her father hasn’t checked all the nooks and crannies where monsters might be hiding, and it’s… cute. But, from the story-telling style to the drawing style, there’s nothing that particularly stands out. It’s clearly a story that’s meant to be part of the go-to-sleep routine, and I think it’s just not the best example of this particular trope, thus the not recommended, not repeatable rating, despite being a genuinely okay story.

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