Hi. This is my first post on this site so hello hello. I decided to write a children's book for my daughter who will be 3 in a few months. She always tells the same story to me every day about a ghost and different forest animals who play together in the woods. I wrote it out and I tried to keep it as sunny as possible (for a toddler) but the style seems to lean towards a dark ghost story. It's very magical and sweet, not too dark but still has that little edge to it. That is how my natural style of writing is, always leaning towards a dark fairytale. It was hard to keep it from that way of writing anyway because there is a ghost as a main character and the animals symbolize sinister characteristics. Do you think a story like this would be appropriate for her age? Her favorite movie is Coraline so it seems ok to me, but maybe a little sad, more like bittersweet. I would really appreciate some feedback and advice here because I am going to go through the process of illustrating it, even though drawing and painting are not what I'm naturally good at, I am a writer. I want it to be special for her, so I am having my husband help me with the art and some other family members and friends are going to draw pictures for it. I am going to have it bound and made into a keepsake. Thanks for reading this, I look forward to the comments.