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Mesmerizing! Though recommended for older kids I keep going through it with my 4 years old and always discover a new story to tell and a new perspective. Read morePublished 7 months ago by ulpio
Great book. Having all of the kids teachers sign it and I will give it to them when they graduate high school. :)Published 13 months ago by L. Nelson
This is a great book for team building activities. We pulled the pages out and laminated them so we could use it as a game to have our group put it together in order without... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Kindle Customer
Not as clear an idea - looking "behind" rather than at what comes next. Some of the characters and locations were a little creepy.Published 19 months ago by JTP
I did not know what to expect but I am enjoying the different perspectives very much. Looking forward to using it for team building with my students.Published 24 months ago by Clifford Bond
I love everything about Mr. Banyai's books. They take me back to my childhood. It is a very special book, required reading for every child.Published on July 8, 2013 by Patrick Bateman
Not just a kiddybook. Banyai is the thinking person's Hergé.
If you've ever saved a New Yorker cover to frame, it's likely his work.
I bought this book and ZOOM for my granddaughters to emphasize that the way we view things is dependent upon our perspective. I love the book for adults and children!Published on January 4, 2013 by KTpi