I recommend this book for every home library.
I laughed and cried as if I were ten again, clutching the book with admiration and affection.
In 1879, at a hotel in Paris, Mark Twain told a tale to his young daughters. He never completed the story but he made 16 pages of explicit notes.
Fortuitously, in 2011, a scholar at the University of California at Berkeley discovered the notes among Twain's papers in a cooking file!
I won't tell you about the story, just buy the book. Philip & Erin Stead joined heavenly forces to write and illustrate a classicly vintage treasure. Twain grins with delight.
The Purloining of Prince Oleomargarine