The simple illustrations aid the prose in Una O’Sullivan’s (Amazon affiliate link) Millie the Monster. Millie, the smallest in her family, can’t do so many of the things that her older monster family members can. She feels small and incapable and really wants to grow up. However, when she finds that there is something she can do because she is small, she begins to view her size differently. As children tend to do, Millie does eventually grow up, but she is more secure in herself no matter what size she is.
I, personally, probably would have given this book three stars, as I think there are better books on the topic, but my young co-reviewer thought that toddlers and preschool children would love the cute illustrations.
Disclaimer: A copy was provided by BooksGoSocial.