Synopses & Reviews
Little Salvi loves to run barefoot on the beach, rolling his hoop. One day as he plays along the shore, he spies a key gleaming in the water. Idly picking it up, he never dreams that the key opens the door to a strange and fantastical world where elephants have legs like giraffes, clocks melt like cheese left in the sun, and rowboats fly. Weaving Salvador Daliand#8217;s most famous motifs into an imaginative story, this charming picture book reflects the limitless possibilities of the Surrealist vision and serves as a great reminder that fine art neednand#8217;t be stuffy and boring.