story of wishes coming true in a sense. with a dash of bitter-sweet taste of humility...Published 27 days ago by deo
It was exactly what I expected.
This is a wonderful Easter book for a classroom.
It took a while to arrive but it was worth the wait.
Our Youth Minister had this book which belonged to his children, and he commented on how much they loved the story.
So I read it , liked it and decided to buy this book. Read more
My homeschooled children (grades 1 & 3) enjoy reading this from time to time. The binding is great, the pictures are good, the print is large, and the text is easy to read. Read morePublished on April 7 2004 by Odysseus
I received this book from my parents for a Christmas gift when I was 25 years old. And I love it! It has become my favorite book to give as gifts to every child...young and old. Read morePublished on Dec 29 2003 by Jackie Anglin
I received this book for Christmas this year totally amazed that my friend would sent me a child's book I thought of it as some sort of joke!! Read morePublished on Dec 26 2003
I was impressed by the story, but the illustrations were not what I had hoped they would be. The feel and look did not match the story or draw in the reader/listener. Read morePublished on Nov. 11 2003 by MG
The story is a classic.
But the illustrations are abominable.
They are all done in the perspective of someone
standing in the shade. Why? Read more