Juster with Jules Feiffer as an illustrator has written a very interesting children’s fantasy adventure novel The Phantom Tollbooth. The Phantom Tollbooth is published by Random House in the year 1961. The novel revolves around the story of a young boy known by the name of Milo who accidentally receives a tollbooth one afternoon and has nothing better to do with it, drives through it in his toy-like small car, transferring him to the kingdom of wisdom, which was once prosperous but now it is in trouble. You can read the review and download The Phantom Tollbooth PDF at the end.
The Phantom Tollbooth Review:
Milo has two companions for a quest to restore to the kingdom its exiled princesses i.e Reason and Rhyme from the castle which is built above the earth’s surface. In his quest, Milo learns a lot of useful lessons such as finding a love of learning. The novel is full of puns and wordplay, like when Milo unintentionally goes to the conclusions a country of wisdom, thus exploring the literal meanings of idioms. In the year 1958, the author received a For Foundation grant for children’s books about the cities.
The Phantom Tollbooth PDF Features:
The following are some of the major features of The Phantom Tollbooth PDF.
- The American author Norton Juster has written it.
- The book is in simple English language so its easier for the readers to understand it.
- The Phantom Tollbooth published in the year 1961.
- The novel contains a total of 156 pages.
- Readers loved to read this novel.
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