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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Magic in Windowland (Pip's Adventures in Windowland) by Rupamanjari Majumder is a unique little book that is awesome for any child with a big imagination. As Nina doodles on the fog on window glass, little does she know what will happen. Pip, the boy she doodles, comes to life as he slowly moves parts of his body from the window. Pip is so excited he makes sure other doodles come to life as well. Magic in Windowland will be a book children will read over and over.
Rupamanjari Majumder creates such a charming and interesting story, bringing characters to life in a magical way. It is fun imagining doodles on windows coming to life before your eyes, and watching their adventurous journey as they find they are now living in this big world. I will definitely see doodles on windows in a different light from now on. Pip is a cutie and his excitement shows in the other characters he wakes up. I always love the imagination of a child, and I think Magic in Windowland is an amazing book to help children learn to use their own imaginations to create what is in their minds.
To bring this story to life, Aliaksandra Kopach creates the cutest illustrations. I love the way the simple illustrations of the characters fit the story so well. The colors are subtle and beautiful, and the splashes of color on each character at just the right times help tell the story so vividly. This sweet book would make a very nice addition to any library, whether it be at home, school, or daycare.