Is your child obsessed with lift the flap books? Mine too. And they have a lot of Nick Sharratt illustrated books that they like. I will confess, I'm not that mad on the cartoony look, I prefer something more pretentious and arty, or just beautiful. But I still buy them and am happy if my kids like them.
The kids would give these a rating of good, I think. There's been an average number of requests to read them. They're nice and short (I always give a thumbs up to very short books at bedtime!). But they are not a pleasure to read. The scansion is awkward and even shoddy, the words tumble out of order just to make a rhyme, and I find most things about every one of the three stories very irritating. I'd rather have a grittier telling of fairy tales with feet being cut up in Cinderella and Red Riding Hood and her granny being eaten, but I'm okay with cutesying up if it's fun and well written. These really aren't either. Because of the rhyme format, you miss out on some fairly important parts of the story, too, especially with Cinderella, and you don't get the lovely well-worn repetitions (Who's Been Eating My Porridge? All The Better To Eat You With) that you get in more traditional versions - there's a nod towards them, but without the full repetition the effect is damaged.
This is a long review. In short, 3 stars from kids, 1 star from me, average of 2 stars. But they do have a lot of flaps!