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Review of The Phantom Tollbooth
By Christina
Genre: Non-fiction Level: Elementary K-3
Category: Student Examples

Christina

The Phantom Tollbooth, by Norman Juster

 Christina's Tollbooth drawingJoin Milo on his adventure to find the fair princesses Rhyme and Reason. Meet new friends like the friendly watchdog Tock, or the grumbling Humbug. Bring the "Which" out of the dungeon, and bring Sound into the Valley of Sound. Swim back from conclusions and meet Dr. Discord and Dyne. Escape from the demons and bring the Math Magician and Azaz together again.

Norton Juster made a masterpiece out of The Phantom Tollbooth. I love the creative language. This book is good for ages eight and up.


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About the Author: Christina is a 3rd grader at Chugach Optional Elementary School in Anchorage, AK.
 

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