The Slant Book

Peter Newell

Book Description

The Slant Book, written and illustrated by Peter Newell, is a classic children’s book that was first published in 1910. The story follows a young boy as he explores a mysterious slant house. The house is so slanted that he has to climb up the walls, slide down the banisters, and jump from one room to the next. As he travels through the house he discovers all sorts of wonderful things, from a talking parrot to a giant spider. The illustrations in The Slant Book are simple yet engaging, and the story is imaginative and full of adventure. The book is a wonderful example of how children’s literature can be both entertaining and educational. The Slant Book encourages young readers to use their imaginations and explore their surroundings. It also teaches them basic concepts of physics, such as gravity and momentum. The Slant Book is a timeless classic that is sure to delight readers of all ages. With its whimsical illustrations and captivating story, it is sure to become a favorite in any child’s collection. It is a great way to introduce young readers to the world of literature, and it is sure to spark their imagination and encourage them to explore the world around them.

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