French author-illustrator team Sylviane Donnio and Dorothee de Monfreid have perfectly captured the hubris of childhood in this droll story. Young Achilles is so darn cute, and so sure of himself, readers will fall instantly in love. And the encounter with the girl at the river bank is priceless. --Emilie Coulter
I bought this book for a gift. It has a great message, and I know it will go over well.Published 11 days ago by JayCee Mason
Cute but there are funnier books out there. It is child appropriate.Published 21 days ago by advidreader
Hah, so cute! I love this book. And it almost has a moral-eat your veggies so you can grow big! (and be able to eat a child in the future)Published 1 month ago by S. Kolpin
My husband got me this book for my birthday because of an inside thing and I think it is soo cute.
I have a two and three year old and since it is a book to attract them. Read more
I love this book and use it with students who are seriously picky eaters. Not all things that you want to eat are good for you (I have worked with students who have Pica or who... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mary Bird-Lowry
I've read this book to my three year old daughter a couple of times already. Each time we smile and find ourselves rooting for the little guy! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kimberly Hoye