The Phantom Tollbooth is a children's fantasy adventure novel written by Norton Juster with illustrations by Jules Feiffer, published in 1961. I read it with my class two years ago, and I will be reading to each and every class. Perfect for a high functioning group of 5th graders. The word play in the novel really hits home the study of homophones and multiple meaning words. More importantly, the book is jam packed of life lessons for the students. The book is humorous, thought provoking, and challenging. Due to the rich content, and challenging readability, it is so important to provide a novel study to guide the students through Milo's journey. Contents of this novel study focus on building background, a graphic organizer to assist with pinpointing the lessons learned at each destination that Milo (the protagonist) discovers and what he learned from the characters at each new place. An answer key is provided. There is also a character list, and a quote/reflection graphic organizer. Enjoy!