One Potato Review
Willis and Ross are probably better known for their frisky woodland creatures, but this story is every bit as relevant to parents as it is transporting (and a little bit magical) to the kid who is worried about growing up too fast, or maybe not fast enough. There’s a divorce here somewhere in the background (a girl must summon her father by phone), and knee-pads, a helmet and otherwise copious precautions, then suddenly there are tigers and promising jungles, and the ends of the world to investigate on the other side of this dubious reassurance: “Daddy, I’m here. I won’t let go. Not until you say.” Tearful and true.