This is a brilliantly written and illustrated bedtime story! I dare you to read this and not start reading it out loud (I read it with the cadence I do with "Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening"). I liked how Eliza helped the Snatchabook, and kind of took him under her wing. Something kids can definitely learn from.
The illustrations are adorable. I may get a little freaked out if I ever meet a Snatchabook the first time, but it's still cute. I loved the setting illustrations- the lines of the grass and burrow and trees; the midnight blues, moonlit hues, and yellow glow of reading lights. And the animals are just so cute!
This is definitely a book that should be part of your bedtime story repertoire.
The Snatchabook is published by Sourcebooks Jabberwocky. Digital ARC provided by NetGalley.