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In March, he brings a whole new generation with him across the Edmund Pettus Bridge, from a past of clenched fists into a future of outstretched hands.

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Does it matter? Treehorn lives in the moment, takes life as it comes, has no regrets Treehorn's Wish. It's Treehorn's birthday and hope springs eternal. He clears a space in his closet, just in case, to store all the many presents he might receive. He might get a TV today. Dad has to pay bills. Mom has to buy a new hat. Treehorn wonders if his parents might have a dog or a horse for him. When he heads outside to check all he finds is an old dirty jug.

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As he cleans it, a genie appears who Treehorn mistakes for the meter reader. His first wish And he has two more. Decisions, decisions. As usual, he shares the story of the genie and his pending wishes with all and sundry to little avail. Treehorn's tales of the marvelous are consistently and bizarrely underwhelming to his listeners.

And therein lies the humor. Delightful reads all! The physical set of books: High quality paper, printing, art reproduction and binding. Sturdy hardboard slipcase. I have never had any qualms about buying from Pomegranate. While the set is a touch pricey, you get the commensurate value in book quality. In this case, you truly get what you pay for.

And that's high praise from a value shopper and book lover like me. Nov 06, trishtrash rated it really liked it Shelves: childrens-and-young-adult. Imaginative children might find the patterned line-drawings and quietly understated stories a canvass on which to paint their own atmosphere. Enjoyable storytelling, a lovely set, but one I would have trouble gifting among the children-of-various-ages of my acquaintance. I suppose I shall just have to keep — and enjoy them — to myself. So sad ; I was familiar with "The Shrinking of Treehorn" - that Kafkaesque parable of juvenile insignificance.

The inimitable art of Edward Gorey expertly augments Heide's deadpan prose in a story which captures the perplexity of being small in a vast, vacuous world. Heide and Gorey create a magical-realist version of the 's, by turns nightmarish and quaint, in which our hero is buffeted by the impartial gusts of I was familiar with "The Shrinking of Treehorn" - that Kafkaesque parable of juvenile insignificance. Heide and Gorey create a magical-realist version of the 's, by turns nightmarish and quaint, in which our hero is buffeted by the impartial gusts of fortune; his sarcastic friend Moshie always standing by with a stinging quip to bring him down to earth.

Aug 09, Doublezerodomino rated it really liked it Shelves: graphic-novels , classics , library. Read as research when considering new baby books for a pregnant friend whose son coincidentally shares a name with another Florence Parry Heide character. Gory's art was pattern happy and iconic. Reading through the books I was awed by the world while contemplative of the sadness felt for the neglected Treehorn. I wondered the author's personal history and connection to her character.

Nov 05, Cynthia rated it it was amazing. I couldn't resist the complete series, especially Edward Gorey's understated illustrations. Poor Treehorn. His parents and teachers are clueless and distracted, but somebody is watching out for him. Treehorn manages to get what he wants in spite of ditzy parents. Sep 10, Lisa rated it liked it Shelves: american-author , children-s-fiction , humor , notable-illustrator. Treehorn is a quirky kid who I really grew to sympathize with. Adults do not listen to him at all despite the amazing things go on around him.

Nov 22, Voracious rated it really liked it. Not only did I like it, Oliver did too. He's seven, and having trouble finding things to read that are fun but not too hard. This fit the bill nicely. Oct 17, scarlettraces rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , yay-for-libraries.


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Nov 05, Anne rated it it was amazing. Aug 15, Caleb rated it liked it Shelves: fiction. Edward Gorey cross-hatches are always amazing. I think I would have liked these books more when I was Feb 13, Beckie rated it really liked it. My five-year-old was non-plussed. Jan 20, Tracy rated it liked it. The Edward Gorey illustrations were amazing as always. The stories themselves weren't really "my cup o' tea". Nifty stories of genies, shrinking kids, and money growing on trees illustrated by Edward Gorey.

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About Florence Parry Heide. Florence Parry Heide. And I like the connection with my childhood self, which is the mos "What do I like about writing for children?