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Reviewed by Tanja Jurkovic for Readers' Favorite
The Trampling Trembling Tanglelow Tale, written by Greg McGoon, tells the story of a battle between Tramples and Trembles, awkward types of Tanglelows that cause disruption in the mind. Interestingly written, the colorful trail that the reader is sent on talks about these disruptions, and offers a positive outcome. With lovely illustrations by Jessa Orr, this book describes the emotional struggles happening in one's own mind, and how to cope with difficult situations that life throws at us. The concept of the tale revolves around children's emotional battles while growing up, and offers advice on how to cope with them in order to be healthier in mind, and overall gives advice on how to be happy and carefree. Tramples and Trembles are types of Tanglelows that know how to cause a bit of chaos, and the trail that the writer creates leads the reader through that journey of coping with these mischievous rascals that represent worries, fears, and other emotions children often experience in their own environment, and while growing up.
Greg McGoon's concept in The Trampling Trembling Tanglelow Tale works well with the topic in question, accompanied by colorful illustrations that bring the serious issue of children's mental health closer to the age-appropriate group that this tale, and the concept, is focused on. For children and adults alike, this piece of writing will offer hope and create a positive attitude towards emotional struggles and how to deal with them, and the illustrations will unravel a beautifully presented world, a different vision of a child's mind.