In bright, dynamic, comic-book style, an older sister attempts to teach her bookish younger brother not to be afraid of monsters. Little Brother sees monsters everywhere; he surrounds himself with green tomes about them, attempting to arm himself with knowledge. His older sister gifts him a yellow cape, hoping it will make him brave like she is, but when they are confronted with a “not-so-fantasy make-believe” monster, Little Brother saves the day just by being himself.
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