Today, September 23, is at the beginning of Banned Book Week, so I'm starting off slowly. This book, The Walrus & The Carpenter, has not been banned or challenged, but the Alice books from which it came have been.
Some years ago, apparently twenty, I discovered Nick Bantock's pop-up books. They aren't especially sophisticated or complicated or even very beautiful, but I really liked them. In fact, I still do. Something about them is highly intriguing. I'll be passing this book on to my almost-five-year-old son to see if he enjoys it as much as I did.
As a side note, we recently watched Disney's Alice in Wonderland, and a version of this poem is sung by Tweedle-Dee and Tweedle-Dum. You can use that same for this book.