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Posted July 22, 2013
A while ago I reviewed "Not A Box" (Book 29) and comme
A while ago I reviewed "Not A Box" (Book 29) and commented on how it reminded me of "Harold and the Purple Crayon". I liked "Not A Box" because the genderless rabbit could be male or female and therefore could appeal to a boy or a girl. I love "Harold", though, because he reminds me of my fair-haired, toddling son.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Not only that, "Harold" is about a child's imagination, which I think is an excellent subject for a children's book, especially a clever child's imagination.
The illustrations are simple; the colors are few, although purple does play a prominent role; and the result is perfection in illustration.
Posted November 12, 2010
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