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An Undone Fairy Tale Hardcover – October 1, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
I also enjoyed the parts where it asked you to not turn the page. That added tension to the read. This book made me burst into laughter right from the outset because the title "An undone fairy tale" is just making me wonder, what a wierd, but interesting book. This book was better than my alien birthday card I got from America!!!
A perfect book for kids of all ages, and totally entertaining for parents too! It's funny, clever, and easy to read over and over again. I can't remember the last time I enjoyed a children's book this much.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love reading this story to my 6 year old. She giggles every time we turn the page against his wishes.Published 2 months ago by Yvelle Gourlet
This book is a crack up. My 4 and 6 yr old boys have requested it regularly for bedtime since it was delivered. I'd recommend it for both boys and girls.Published 6 months ago by C. Hatch
Superb book - imaginative and funny, with some great art that really adds to the story.Published 9 months ago by David Minkus
Fun story for younger children. The illustrations are marvelous.Published 9 months ago by Brooke K. Murphy
The book is pretty funny, my 7 year old son enjoyed reading it. Our book was from a library, but I bought one on Amazon.com for my nieces.Published 12 months ago by Elena H.
Remember the sesame street book where Grover was begging your child not to keep turning pages?
This book borrows that fun idea and spins it out into even more ridiculous... Read more
Absolutely and ridiculously delightful! It starts as a bog-standard fairy tale, but we're soon interrupted by the illustrator (a little man on a scaffold named Ned) and the... Read morePublished on January 15, 2012 by S. Young