Milton finds it hard to hold all his thoughts and worries and develops physical symptoms which eventually cause his mum to take him to the doctor. The doctor can't find anything wrong and sends him home to drink milk and get back to normal.
Am I missing something or is that really not funny?
This book might be useful if you are social worker dealing with cases of parental neglect. It might be a good way to work with a child who has been neglected and to get them to start talking how this feels and to illustrate the importance of sharing their feelings and letting their worries out. It might also be good for working with the parents of such a child. Other than that, I'd give this one a wide berth.
Disclaimer - We received a complimentary copy of this book for the purpose of this review