The inn is staffed by two mighty dragons that brew and bake, two angels that wash and shake the feather beds, and a rabbit who shows visitors to their rooms. Among the remarkable guests are the man in the Marmalade Hat; the King of Cats, who writes his wife not to "grow fat like a common kitchen cat"; and two sunflowers who demand a room with a view.
what more can I say? they're easily pleased, but if you need something short for bedtime that won't break the bank this is great. We'll told too.
If you could sum up A Visit to William Blake's Inn in three words, what would they be?
Very pleasant poetry. I often listen to it, and I'm all grown up. Nancy Willard wrote many other enjoyable books. Hope some of them will become Audible books as well.