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The Garden of Abdul Gasazi Paperback – October 24, 1994
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By Chris Van Allsburg
reviewed by a kid
Have you ever seen a dog turn into a duck? In The Garden of Abdul Gasazi by Chris Van Allsburg, Alan and Fritz go into the garden of Abdul Gasazi. Alan lost Fritz in the garden owned by Mr.Gasazi, so he turned him into a duck. I like this book because it has a mysterious Ending. My favorite part is the end because it's unknown what happened to Fritz. This book reminds me of when I went to the Botanic Gardens because it was a field trip like maybe Fritz thought it was a field trip to him.
I recommend this book to people who like magic because a man turns a dog into a duck.
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I really like the Allburg's books. Great illustrations and imagination. Good for all ages.Published 22 days ago by L. phillips
It's a cute story with a special, almost magical twist at the end. Interesting illustrations and cultural setting. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Heather
This is a fun book. My mom read it to me as a child and now I'm fortunate enough to read it to my children.Published 5 months ago by Drew Peacock
My childhood favorite. I have bought it for many friends' kids. Shipped with perfect condition cover.Published 12 months ago by Lolig
This was the first Chris Van Allsburg book we discovered, so many years ago that our kids now have nearly-grown children of their own. We love to share it with our friends. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Richard Stein