An Undone Fairy Taleby Ian Lendler, Whitney Martin (Illustrator)
Now, Ned and I admire how well you read. But the story will be ruined if you turn the page right now.
So please don't.
A beautiful pie-making princess is trapped in a tower. Can Sir Wilbur rescue her? And more importantly, can he do it while wearing a tutu? He's going to try! But if you read the story too quickly, Ned won't be able to make the/b>
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This is all three of my daughter's absolute favorite book. We read this at least once a week together. By far the best Children's book out there! I only wish Mr Lender had more like it.
I recently head the pleasure of reading this book to the children who showed up for the weekly story hour at the bookstore in which I work. I love this book for it's ridiculous style. The narrator hasn't completed the tale yet, you see, so he keeps insisting that you do not turn the page. But you do, and because you have rushed him, silly things happen. For example, instead of a crown, the king has a donut on his head. The kids loved it. The giggled wildly and also started asking lots of questions, which is a good sign. I'd reccomend it to teachers and parents alike, and the book is enjoyable for both boys and girls.
Depite the bad press on celeb picture books, I like the art on the George Foreman a lot. Or more importantly, my kid did. This is the same illustrator so I bought it. The George book was funny, but this one's brilliant! It reminded me of that old Sesame street book A Monster At The End of The Book. My kids got to turn the pages and loved the fact that they were causing chaos in the story as they did so. Every page manages to have a different joke. This book's a definite two thumbs up.