Friday, August 2, 2013

William Joyce Reading Time

I took 3 books of William Joyce, read them and enjoyed every second of those books here are their reviews :)



Title: The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore
Author:  William Joyce
Rating: 4/5

Description:
From New York Times bestselling author and beloved creator William Joyce, a tender tribute to books and the lasting power of story. Morris Lessmore loved words. He loved stories. He loved books. But every story has its upsets. With one gust of wind, Morris Lessmore’s world is shifted.  Everything he knew, everything he hoped for, would be tested. But the power of story would save the day.     

Stunningly brought to life by William Joyce, one of the preeminent creators in children’s literature, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore is a modern masterpiece, showing that in today’s world of traditional books, eBooks and apps, it’s story that we truly celebrate—and this story, no matter how you tell it, begs to be read again and again.

My Review:
This story is amazing... its actually a story of life and death at the end. I enjoyed the artwork. And it took less than 5 mins to read. What a great kids book!
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Title: The Leaf Men and the Brave Good Bugs
Author:  William Joyce
Rating: 5/5

Description:
The brave good bugs march off to save the garden . . . First, they must fight the evil Spider Queen . . . Before summoning the Leaf Men to save the day . . . But what about the mystery of the Long-Lost Toy? Here is ancient elfin magic, epic adventure, and a bugle salute to the power of memory, loyalty and love as resounding as Robin Hood's call to his Merry Men!

My Review:
The Movie Epic was loosely based on this book... I loved it- short and simple!
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Title: The Man in the Moon
Author:  William Joyce
Rating: 5/5

Description:
Up there in the sky. Don’t you see him? No, not the moon. The Man in the Moon. He wasn’t always a man. Nor was he always on the moon. He was once a child. Like you. Until a battle, a shooting star, and a lost balloon sent him on a quest. Meet the very first guardian of childhood. MiM, the Man in the Moon.

My Review:
Just completely loved it!

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