BOOK REVIEW / Bookshop Window: Aladdin and other tales from the Arabian Nights: Everyman, pounds 8.99.

We all think we've read Aladdin, but this classic edition, with Heath Robinson's strangely down-to-earth illustrations, reminds us of what we have forgotten: it's easy, for one thing, to forget what a little creep Aladdin really is. This is just one in the continuing series of Everyman Children's Classics: other new titles include The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, Daddy-Long-Legs by Jean Webster, Cinderella by C S Evans (illustrated by Arthur Rackham) and The Railway Children by E Nesbit. Impeccable books, lovely paper, world-famous prose - what more could anyone want? They've even got lovely chequerboard endpapers, which will look great once they've been scrawled on with a felt-tip pen.