This isn't too bad, but I don't like the way her voice is recorded. I'm speaking of the crackling of the C's, the dragging of the S's, and the popping of the P's; like they didn't put one of those filters over the microphone.
I saw it in early fall at the Charles theater in Baltimore. It was spectacular. Like a Gaiman comic/children's story come to life as his illustration partner was also his partner on the film. Beautifully done. sweet and appropriate for ages 7+ without being annoyingly sappy or cheesily funny. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!