To be honest, I didn't even read it before purchasing it. I have read some of Lysa's books for women and enjoy her blog so I figured it was a good risk to take. And it was! The story is sweet, deals with the issues of change and fear in an easy to understand manner using a small seed and a little fox, and it has sweet illustrations as well.
I think this book is excellent for third culture kids. In the middle of the story Little Seed is taken from the farmer's shed to be planted in the cold, dark ground which is a perfect illustration of the life of a third culture kid. Little Seed is at first fearful but then discovers that the Farmer knew what he was doing all along and also knew what was best for Little Seed.
My girls and I really enjoy this book. It also has some great resources mentioned at the beginning, including a list of verses to memorize to help your child(ren) deal with their fear. I'm very thankful for this little book and highly recommend it.