Reviews by adimarzo
Rachel Isadora's retelling of the Grimm Brothers' fairy tale of the greedy fisherman's wife is set in Africa with beautiful illustrations.
I just love Rachel Isadora's illustrations in these retellings of well-known fairy tales set in Africa.
I enjoyed this movie. There are some twists (some expected, some not) and the scenery (Paris and Venice) and costumes (especially Angelina Jolie's) were appealing. Johnny Depp's character had some of the loveable screw-up persona that I enjoy about his portrayal of Jack Sparrow.
This is a Winnnie the Pooh reference book of sorts. There are no stories but rather descriptions and fun facts about the different characters and locations in the Winnie the Pooh anthology. Good for both old fans and those new to Winnie the Pooh.
This is a nice early introduction to the challenges of friendship and identity. Should Nancy be unique and wear her special nightgown or wear matching pajamas with her best friend? As usual, charming illustrations or Nancy in all her finery.