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Eloise's exploits are non-stop, and--accordingly--the text uses nary a period. Kay Thompson perfectly captures the way children speak: in endless sentences elongated with "and then ... and then ... and then... " Hilary Knight's drawings illustrate Eloise's braggadocio and amusement as well as the bewilderment of harassed hotel guests. Eloise's taunts are terrible, her imagination inimitable, her pace positively perilous. Her impertinence will delight readers of all ages. (Ages 5 and older)
I loved all the Eloise books when I was young, now I give them as gifts and read them to my daughter.
Eloise is a great book for the beginning reader, because the illustrations so nicely match up with the story.
There is a lot of adult humor in them, and the irrepresible Eloise will inspire adults and children alike.
Our 4 year old got this for her birthday. We read it to her over the course of two nights and it was atrocious. The main character is a little brat that you feel sorry for. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Adam Wachter
I've loved this book since I was a kid. The well-worn first edition was passed down to family members and I don't know where it is now. Read morePublished 2 months ago by jesuis
When reading this book it is important to remember a couple of things. First, it was written in the 1950s. They had a very different view of children's books then. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sunshine on A Rainy Day
Eloise is a little girl living in a very adult world, and still she finds ways to be a child and to have a childhood. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Thomas Jennings
Every little girl should have this in her library. i gave it to a little girl with two older sisters and they are already enjoying it.Published 3 months ago by big pony
Eloise was my favorite book growing up and I still love it. It's a wonderful story and the illustrations are adorable. A timeless classicPublished 4 months ago by vickiO
Do you want your little girl to be a "Princess". This will help prepare her for a life of privilege. A guide book to the life of a person wealthy beyond reproach. Read morePublished 5 months ago by S. Johnson
I received this book as a ten year old in 1958. I loved the story of Eloise the precocious child who lives in the Ritz. Her adventures were simple, imaginative and funny. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Catherine Gosden