" There's whimsy in the poetry, and whimsy in the artistry. Beautiful adaptation of Keats's poem. " Panda Incognito said.
" I like this combo and LOVE this trend...I'd like to see more pairings of poets and contemporary illustrators. " Elisabeth said.
" This was OK but neither my favorite Keats poem or Raschka illustrations. However, reading the illustrator's note moved it to 3 1/2*. " Joanna said.
" I'm sadly not a big Raschka fan, but after passing this book up the first time, I do actually like the poem/song that Keats wrote. " Emily Myhren said.
" I mean, yes, Chris Raschka. But I'm not sure of the kid audience. Seems more like lit majors who are fans of Keats. " Amanda Hamilton said.
" The art wasn't my cup of tea, and we all know my stance on poetry. This particular poem took me a while to get into the groove, but by the fourth part I quite liked it.The historical information at the back was interesting. I didn't know John Keats died so young, or of tuberculosis.I finished the book and went to adopt a tuberculosis-detecting rat through the APOPO charity. " Christopher said.
" Chris Raschka beautifully brings to life a John Keats poem. " Mary Librarian said.
" Raschka's whimsical, free-flowing illustrations are a charming complement to Keats's lighthearted, playful verse. " Edward Sullivan said.