When Milo finds a package in his bedroom, he's delighted to have something to relieve his boredom at school. And when he opens it to find 'One Genuine Turnpike Tollbooth' he gets right into his pedal car and sets off through the Tollbooth, to Magical lands such as the land of Expectation, the Doldrums and the Castle in the Air.
Norton Juster was born in New York State in 1929 and grew up (carefully) in Brooklyn, studied architecture at the University of Pennsylvania and spent a year in Liverpool on a Fulbright Scholarship. After spending three years in the US Navy, he practiced architecture in New York and Massachusetts before teaching architecture and planning. His work includes The Dot and the Line, which was made into an animated film, and a musical adaptation of The Phantom Tollbooth.
The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster
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