Uvi Poznansky‘s review for the second book:
Talon, on the Wing, is the place where an incredible thing happens: the predicament of the main character—her fate to remain small in size—turns out to be her most valuable gift, as it allows her to soar on the wings of her beloved Talon, up and away into exciting adventures.
This idea is a source of hope for all of us, and a wonderfully uplifting lesson to teach our children, who are constantly pressured to measure up to some artificially set challenges, rather than finding their own gifts and using them in a unique way. That is what little Matica accomplishes in this story, and it allows her to be accepted.