Reviewed by Luke S (age 9)
My favorite part was how the animals had human characteristics. I liked the woodpecker because he was so convincing when he talked to the bat. I enjoyed the setting, the woods and barn, because the bat kept flying back and forth between them and that was very realistic. Even though the animals talk, and the bat writes poetry, the author used a realistic setting because bats really live in the barn.
This is a good book, if you like poems. The poems are very descriptive. The poems express the bat's feelings.