Faith Erin Hicks's wide-eyed style suits the innocent tone of this story. She captures the young protagonists of the story nicely, but she also nicely conveys the lithe forms of the animal characters through her simple style as well. I'm used to sampling her work in black and white so it was fun to see it presented with bright, vibrant colors that add a lot to the importance of the natural elements in the story. Her design for "Bigfoot Boy" is delightfully cute and maintains the character's youth and innocence, but at the same time, she still captures the power in his Sasquatch form. I look forward to future installments of this young-readers series. Read Full Review
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