"because I liked the pictures
and how she dreams
I like how if you have the book you can put your picture in." Jessica Carleton said.
"I bought this mainly because of the illustrator. The story is very short (which is why my kids don't like it very much), and perhaps just a tad dark - but it's beautiful." D. Ronquillo said.
"This book is magic. Breath-taking illustrations, an interesting and (judging it as a writer) really complex structure presented simply - something that will stretch your child's mind. My two year old was enchanted and loves it. I think my three year old found it a bit disconcerting, because he has a different personality, and the part where the child finds themselves inside the book and part of the story is pretty surprising for a little kid." H T Goranson said.
"The story could be a little sad, but certainly not traumatic. It's sweet and the illustrations are the most beautiful. Wish they were prints." coco said.
"This is a story about a tiny girl who lives in a castle inside a globe that resides in a museum. It is about the girl and her life. Mostly she is lonely. This story feels like a cross between a fairy tale and a faerie story.
The illustrations are absolutely gorgeous which is what makes the book so special. They have a vintage feel to them. There is no actual story line.
The story is a sad one. This book is recommended for ages 4-8. I think the maturity of it would lend it better for older children, ages 6-7 and up." Sunshine on a Rainy Day said.
"Beautiful book, the cutest illustrations. It was a used book but is like new as promised!" batiemil said.
"Gorgeous book: not just for children. Fans of Ceccoli artwork will treasure this book." Redjamie said.
"She is hands down one of my favorite artists. I gave the book to a friend who just had a baby." Geri G. Miller said.