Jack and the Box: TOON Level 1 by Art SpiegelmanI love the toon books and recommend them often, but I have mixed feelings about this one. Some children will likely enjoy the silliness that is part of this story. But my concern is that for some it might actually be frightening. The looks on the face of Jack (the rabbit) is at times scary...Jack seems scared by what is happening with his new gift/toy. Part of me kept thinking that Zack (the toy in the box) would be a great plot line for the Twilight Zone. Rather than funny this one came across as creepy to me.
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A jack-in-the-box is a children 's toy that outwardly consists of a box with a crank. After the crank has been turned a sufficient number of times such as at the end of the melody , there is a " surprise ":  the lid pops open and a figure, usually a clown or jester , pops out of the box. Some jacks-in-the-box open at random times when cranked, making the startle even more effective. Many of those that use " Pop Goes the Weasel " open at the point in the melody when the word "pop" would be sung. In , the jack-in-the-box was inducted into the American National Toy Hall of Fame ,  where are displayed all types of versions of the toy, starting from the beginning versions, and ending with the most recently manufactured versions. A theory as to the origin of the jack-in-the-box is that it comes from the 14th-century English prelate Sir John Schorne ,  who is often pictured holding a boot with a devil in it. According to folklore , he once cast the devil into a boot to protect the village of North Marston in Buckinghamshire.