I think my problem is that I really don't get into books where Everything
So. The Phantom Tollbooth is a clever book about a boy named Milo who travels to a fantastical world full of places with names like Ignorance and Wisdom, and with characters named things like Rhyme and Reason and Humbug. And it kind of drove me nuts. However, I think my six-year-old is going to find it hilarious, and that's really why I read it -- so he and I could discuss it.
If This was a Movie, I Would Rate It: G. Squeakily clean, like junior fiction ought to be.
This is my fifth book read and reviewed for The Classics Club and my second for the Mount TBR Challenge.