From SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL, Starred Review:
"Reminiscent of the work of Edward Gorey, Charles Addams, and a certain Tim Burton-esque aesthetic, the art for this book forges its own style without feeling derivative. Full-page mixed-media (charcoal, pencil, and computer) illustrations are cleverly designed. . . . An offbeat (but satisfying) bedtime story for fans of quirky tales and nighttime adventures."
From KIRKUS REVIEWS, Starred Review:
"A quietly magnificent paean to the wonder of nighttime and the solidity of a family unit. . . . What first seems an eerie, baby-goth vibe is held steady by the stable, close-knit family and lack of crisis in this atmospheric, calmly splendid piece."
From PUBLISHERS WEEKLY:
"Future fans of Neil Gaiman and Dave McKean will thrill to this after-dark debut from Wolf, with shadowy illustrations by Ben and Sean Hilts. . . . Where most picture books say goodnight, this unusual entry gives the go-ahead to stay up late."
"The grainy, deeply shaded blue-and-black palette is beautifully illuminated by lanterns, the moon, creatures’ eyes, and other things that glow. . . . The characters, with their dark-rimmed eyes and spindly limbs, resemble nonscary Tim Burton creations and will speak to those who prefer their bedtime stories on the magical dark side."