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The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster

OK, so this is not exactly a procrastination book lol.  It is a children's fable, recommended for 9-12 year olds, so perfect for my level of maturity.   If you've never read it, or even if you read it as a child, I highly recommend it.   It's quite entertaining and thought provoking.   10-year Milo goes on a quest to save the Princesses Rhyme and Reason.   On the way he is distracted by all kinds of monsters, of which these are my favorites:

The Terrible Trivium, demon of petty tasks and worthless jobs, ogre of wasted effort, and monster of habit.

The Horrible Hopping Hindsight, a most unpleasant fellow whose eyes were in the rear and whose rear was out in front.



Can't believe the coincidence. I got this book out of my shelf only a few days ago (it had sat there idly for several years) because somehow I remembered the part about the Terrible Trivium and thought it might be relevant. And it was! lol.

One of my favourites as a child (I must be a similar age to you, Jo) and my children also enjoyed it.

So comes with high recommendation from me too!

definitely a coinkydink!

Avoiding the truth consumes great effort and energy. - Jim Loehr