NORTON JUSTER is an architect and the author of other highly acclaimed children's books, including The Dot and the Line, which was made into an Academy Award-winning film, The Hello, Goodbye Window, illustrated by Chris Raschka, which received the Caldecott Medal, and The Odious Ogre, also illustrated by Jules Feiffer. Mr. Juster lives with his wife in Western Massachusetts.
JULES FEIFFER is the author and illustrator of two novels for young readers, as well as several acclaimed picture books including Bark, George, and Meanwhile. . . . He has won numerous prizes for his cartoons, plays, and screenplays. Mr. Feiffer lives in New York City.
Every adult should read it. The annotations have gotten me reading other great children's books.Published 4 months ago by nowords
One of my favorite books as a kid. I hope my grandsons like it as much! It's a wonderful fantasy adventure with lots of laugh-out-loud funny moments and plays on words. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Susan E. Wood
I loved this book as a child and it's interesting to get some of the history behind it's creation.Published 7 months ago by Ace
Well this is just the best kids book ever written for adults. I have read the paperback version several times and am looking forward to slowly devouring the annotate version. Read morePublished 9 months ago by E. Williamson
This is a wonderful book. The Phantom Tollbooth is the Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass for the 20th Century. I can think of no higher praise. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Andrew J. Heller