Review of Goldilocks

This is a wonderfully robust and tactile 3-D version of a classic fairy tale, illustrated through ever decreasing pop-up pictures as the cube unfolds from page one through to nine. A familiar tale in such a curious and unfamiliar format cannot help but arouse curiosity and desire to read in young children, and because they know the story so well, even emergent readers can retell it in their own words.

It is a super book with plenty of child appeal and novelty factor the does not seem to wear out before the well-loved pages do, so handle with care!

Martine Horvath, EYE. 1st May 2007

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