"Yelchin's self-satiric figures pitch exaggeratedly forward, the rooster postures comically extreme. Stampler' touching note demonstrates this layered tale' openness to multiple interpretations."--Kirkus, starred review
We read this book to our children again and again. It is about a boy who rebels so far against the materialism of his privileged life that he pretends to be a rooster. Read morePublished 7 months ago by H. E.
Probably the worst piece of children's literature I have encountered in seventeen years of teaching. Unimaginitave and not engaging at all. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Michelle
The story of how a spoiled prince goes mad in reaction to overabundance, and learns to be a mensch through a rabbi ("old man") giving him the opportunity to be generous, is a... Read morePublished on May 21, 2011 by Choux Goûter