"Toof, wouldn't it be something if they had a whole universe going on down there that we don't even know about? Little ant jobs and little ant houses?"
Have you ever just sat and watched the ants or other animals and wondered the same thing that The Giblet does? Of course, we all have at some point in our lives. However, children most likely have these thoughts more often than adults do. That is partly because, to a child, their world only consists of the people and places they see and visit daily. They have no concept or understanding of how big the world really is.
LeBlanc’s follow-up to Toofer & The Giblet (2021) is just as sweet and entertaining as its predecessor. These personable mice stand on two feet and wear clothes like humans, and their delightful perspective is on full display as they fail to grasp the “language of the giants” and find that going out to dinner is a frenzied, potentially dangerous affair.