Matt DeTurck’s review published on Letterboxd :
A surprisingly faithful adaptation of the "unfilmable" book that actually improves on many of the plot elements, providing them some relevancy and streamlining the story. It's firmly aimed at CHILDREN, though, so it's often simplistic, very straightforward, and lacking subtlety. But it's beautiful, and bold, and a great source of positive representation.
I think it's definitely flawed and odd (a lot of this is due to the book itself, IMO), but I dig what it's trying to put out into the universe.