The adventures of Harold and his purple crayon — a fantastic tale that has endeared two generations of children — continue in this follow-up to the original story, Harold and The Purple Crayon.
Harold takes another moonlit walk with his crayon and finds himself in a magical garden — without flowers. Using his purple crayon, Harold sketches a king and a grand castle in the garden. And before he knows it, Harold is not alone. He meets a witch, a flying carpet, and a good fairy who make his journey even more interesting.
Teachers and budding readers will enjoy this another Harold tale of wit, ingenuity, and artistic freedom.