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David Saltzman's book, "The Jester Has Lost His Jingle," is an excellent book that teaches children and adults the importance of a positive attitude and laughter.
The poetry of the words, the illustrations and the message of the book is loud and clear.
One of my favorite books all time as a child! I Love how the jester feels laughter is lost and must go to retrieve it, its a journey that teaches children self-discovery all while... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Peder Scott Sorensen
I love this book. I am a preacher and have preached on it many times. It is such a wonderful tribute to the spirit of joy that can be found inside of us all, no matter what our... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Swallowtail
David Saltzman's book, "The Jester Has Lost His Jingle," is an excellent book that teaches children and adults the importance of a positive attitude and laughter. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jeff
This is such a wonderfully animated and entertaining story of a Jester who has lost His Jingle and finally finds it again. Read morePublished on October 30, 2012 by Colleen Johnstone
I ordered this book knowing it was used, however it was more than used. The book binding was taped together and was not what I had thought I would be getting.Published on February 25, 2011 by Student 101
I found this book to be a joy. It teaches the importance of laughter. It doesn't teach you that you shouldn't be sad or cry - ever - but that life is joyful and to make the most... Read morePublished on January 21, 2011 by Andrew'sMom
I have purchased over a dozen copies of this book. The extraordinary combination of morality, humanity and art makes it a wonderful gift to share with children and adults alike.Published on October 13, 2010 by Kiki
I know that this book has tapped into the child-illness market, and if it has served a useful function there, that's great. Read morePublished on April 10, 2010 by carpe
The story is great! My plan was to read it to a classroom of students that has a classmate diagnosed with cancer. However, I find the condition of the book to be very poor. Read morePublished on November 30, 2009 by T. Rinkel