I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
In much the same spirit as J.K. Rowlings The Tales of Beedle the Bard, this is meant to be a companion book of the fairy tales that peculiars learned as part of their peculiar folklore in the series Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children.
The book is structured as authentically as possible, from the copyright page to the annotations by the editor/author/compiler of the stories, Millard Nullings, a name that might be familiar to the fans of Miss Peregrine's.
The stories themselves really are morality tales and suitable for non-peculiar children too, no matter what Nullings claims (although i didn't try to read the third one backwards, out loud, so I can't speak as to the authenticity of his dire warnings). Some of them work better than others, just like most collections of stories, but most of them were good and a couple were great. A few petered out before they could get started.
My favourites were probably The Splendid Cannibals and the Girl Who Could Tame Nightmares.
The book is beautifully illustrated and it's definitely something I'd read to my nieces when they get a little bit older.
Page count: 160
Dollars banked: $3.00