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Crockett Johnson's understated tribute to the imagination was first published in 1955, and has been inspiring readers of all ages ever since. Harold's quiet but magical journey reminds us of the marvels the mind can create, and also gives us the wondrous sense that anything is possible. (Ages 4 to 8) --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
A good story. My granddaughter enjoyed it but she did not ask for it to read again and again. Maybe she will go back to it again.Published 11 days ago by L. K. Whitley
I purchased it for a gift in place of a card for a baby shower. we picked something we enjoyed growing up. Harold still has his trusty purple crayon.Published 12 days ago by Liner
One of my favorite books as a little girl. A purple crayon can make an entire world, whatever you imagine should be there. Read morePublished 17 days ago by E sg
Years later, it remains a favorite. My kiddo and I embellish the story a little bit sometimes. It's a great read!Published 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great. I really like that the book shows how one line become a much larger picture that can take you anywhere with the assistance of ones imagination.Published 24 days ago by Nora