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If you know anyone who appreciates fantasy and imagination, regardless of age, this whould be a most welcome gift....
Since the story "The Golden Key" can be found in several collections of MacDonald's fairy tales, this book's main strength lies in Maurice Sendak's illustrations.
One might need to have read more of MacDonald's works (especially Unspoken Sermons) to get at his view of how love affects our ability to "see".
Great story about life. Bittersweet and deep. I thoroughly enjoyed it. MacDonald says many things the reader can see and feel but not understand right away.Published 2 months ago by Sven
I put this on the Kindles that the grandchildren have and my 10 year old grandson read it and enjoyed it very much!Published 3 months ago by mary ruth
I know I'm in the minority, but I really don't enjoy George MacDonald's fairy tales, except of course, The Princess and the Goblin and The Light Princess. Read morePublished 4 months ago by K. Spangler
I've read this book several times. It's short and beautifully written, one of my favorites. I gave this as a gift to my sibling who read it that evening and enjoyed it as well.Published 4 months ago by Emily K. Frankel
One of my favorite books by one of my favorite authors. I've re-read this book at least once a year for the past 20+ years and am encouraged each time. Read morePublished 9 months ago by William Miller
This is a must-read for everyone. I can't believe that I was not required to read this in school. Just. Read. It.Published 9 months ago by Piper geo mom