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From School Library Journal
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This was a gift for my 8 year old grandson. He told me he liked the bookPublished 3 months ago by Mary Jo Feresten
We bought this as a gift for my nephew, who went and saw the movie and wanted the books based on the guy who walked between the towers. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jennifer
This was such an inspiring real-life story and it was beautifully transformed into this wonderful children's book! The illustrations were beautiful.Published 4 months ago by JazzySunMom
Great illustrations. Nice introduction to this amazing feat. Easy to follow up with Youtube, documentaries or film. Subtle introduction to the history of the Twin Towers.Published 5 months ago by Bonnie C.
We really did NOT enjoy this book. The last page is terrible! Very disconnected. Sorry to have purchased this book for the written content. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Karla
I guess this is the first time I am writing review for a kids book. Mostly I buy books for my son (now 4) from Amazon based on other users reviews and I saw this one doesn't have... Read morePublished 6 months ago by freqshopper
Great when combined with the movie "Man on the Wire." This is a fanciful and sometimes nervewracking biography of Philippe Petit, a circus arts performer who did one of the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dione Basseri