"A bright colorful book that my children enjoy. Gerald the giraffe learns to ignore what others say and find his own way to be happy. I usually skip the line where the jungle animals mock Gerald with "Giraffes can't dance, you silly fool! O..."
"A charming story where the mystery is easily resolved. The characters and setting are the main focus. Bowen explores class and gender in the 1890s in a gentle story with no foul language. Recommended for "Downtown Abbey" fans."