The King's Stilts

The King's Stilts

Book - 1967
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When the King's stilts are stolen and hidden, and he can no longer enjoy his play hour, the whole kingdom is threatened with destruction until a page boy bravely saves the day.
Publisher: New York : Random House, 1967.
ISBN: 9780394800820
0394800826
Call Number: SEUSS
Characteristics: [48] p. : ill. ; 31 cm
Subjects: Wit and humor, Juvenile.
Picture books for children.
Kings and rulers -- Juvenile fiction.

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dylankemp
Sep 06, 2016

A lovely book, about how all of us need joy.

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mmcbeth29
Sep 18, 2014

"And when they played they really played. And when they worked they really worked." This book was a timeless message about needing playtime in your day in order to feel strong and healthy when it is time to work.

This book was longer than I expected it to be. It was long enough to split into very short chapters so it is not a very fast read for little children. It is also written at the 4th grade reading level. Therefore I believe they need to bump up their age recommendation to at least 2nd grade.

The illustrations are mostly black and white with some red in them. Because the illustrations are so well done and are interesting, the fact that they are not in color does not take away from the quality in any way.

This is another wonderful Dr. Seuss book that teaches a necessary message.

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IrishMoon
Jan 11, 2014

Another great Dr Seuss classic!

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Sep 18, 2014

mmcbeth29 thinks this title is suitable for 7 years and over

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