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There is something haunting about this story and it's illustrations. I saw the animated film version of this story and wanted the book as a reminder.Published 5 months ago by Minnie
I bought this "children's book" in 2005 and I am just now reviewing it. Yes, it has stuck with me that long. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Just Some Guy
This oddly compelling book is beautifully illustrated and takes the reader into another world. It is my favorite of Shaun Tan's books, something you'll return to again and again. Read morePublished on May 10, 2013 by Paine Whitney
I loved this book. Who could not relate to helping someone or something find a home! Very touching and
very thought provoking. The images are amazing. Highly recommended!!!
Shaun Tan, <strong>The Lost Thing</strong> (Simply Read Books, 2004)
Ironically, while I've been a huge fan of Shaun Tan's for a few years, now I didn't get round... Read more
It's always fun to read a book by a fellow Northwest Author - especially when that author is Shaun Tan. Read morePublished on December 16, 2009 by L.K.Mackin
This is the first online book review I've ever been moved to write.
The story is sophisticated (few kids' books I know of dare first-person narration; fewer still go... Read more
The eerie illustrations are strangely appealing. However, I found the end to be anti-climatic.Published on January 7, 2007 by E. Armistead