Inside this hefty, richly illustrated edition, you'll find Madeline, Madeline and the Bad Hat, Madeline's Rescue, Madeline and the Gypsies, Madeline in London, and Madeline's Christmas, in addition to Quindlen's splendidly insightful introduction, an essay by Bemelmans on how he invented Madeline, never-before-published working sketches of Madeline, and photos of the Bemelmans family. The perfect gift for anyone who has made friends with--or should be introduced to--the precocious Madeline. (The jaunty verse makes Madeline perfect for reading aloud, and readers ages 6 and older will enjoy sounding out names such as Lord Cucuface.) --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
I loved this book 42 years ago. Hoping that every little girl can feel the same way I consistantly by it as a birthday or shower gift.Published 17 months ago by mona
I honestly don't know how to review these works. Obviously they are well-loved and have stood the test of time. But on closer inspection, the stories are kind of weak. Read morePublished on Aug. 28 2002 by Ken Zirkel
I had this book when I was little, and I will share it with my children. An endearing little girl experiences mishap and adventure, while charming you to your toes! Read morePublished on Oct. 23 1999
I absolutely love the madeline books. I think you can be any age and still enjoy them. This particular book happens to have all the stories in one fabulous book.Published on July 17 1999