I expected better from Neil
Gaiman but still not bad being a fan...
As I have said with other Gaiman books, his writing is sublime and the illustrator is equally fantastic. I couldn't think of a reason not to own it.Published 19 days ago by Keith
outlandish views combined with good story help make this thought provoking for children and adultsPublished 1 month ago by alden m cohen
Bought this as a quirky book for my son - he's older and knows his alphabet, but I thought he'd enjoy the way that it's told and the artwork. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Crystiannia
I bought this as one of a few gifts given to friends raising two little ones (3&5 years old). The artwork is fantastic and Gaiman weaves a fantastic story (as usual). Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jrussell424
I didn't know know what to expect. I read the first few pages and then I didn't stop. My daughter loves it. Neil has a new little fan.Published 6 months ago by Ginette M. Lourido
I really like Gris Grimly's illustrations as I do in any of his books that he illustrates. Not necessarily a good book for young kids, but I intended it to be for myself anyways.Published 7 months ago by Anne Galindo
Both the three-year-old recipient of this book and his 30-something mom loved getting this gift! I had to read it first as well. Gorgeous pictures and a clever story. Read morePublished 11 months ago by T. Brame
You know how much I love Neil Gaiman (those who read my reviews).
So, I bought a few Gaiman books for my eldest (9 and a half) and thought to buy this one for my youngest (3... Read more