Lena Frölander-Ulf 2016: Minä, Muru ja Metsä
Mom loves the cottage and the forest, but for a small child it is a scary place. It is so dark and you are supposed to go to the forest to pee. Mom says take a flash light.
The dark forest is full of scary noises and suddely the battery of the flashlight dies. The child, which can be a boy or a girl, meets strange creatures and finally pees under the stars.
At the end s/he finds a way back to the cabin and s/he is not so afraid any more.
The August nights are getting darker, but I assume that this book happens in September or October. The illustrations remind me of the illustrations of Hans Arnold, but with a modern twist. Again here is a reminder of the value of the summer houses or cottages to Finnish people, the simple life is precious - at least some for some parts of the year.