The “wonders [are] infinite” in this surreal early reader. Franca, who’s afflicted with ennui, relates a fairy tale dream to her two sisters. To chase down its queen, they head for the forest, their escape evading adult notice. They stumble upon a thousand adventures, all tumbled into one. The eye-catching illustrations feature colorful geometric objects, bright and patterned creatures, and big-eyed children whose movements are stiff, goofy, and evocative as they dare to “go where no one has ever gone before!”
Michelle Anne Schingler
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