In Xanadu did Kubla Khan
A stately pleasure-dome decree.
-- Kubla Khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

Xanadu: The Imaginary Place
Published by: Tandem Library, 1999
ISBN: 1417608919

Xanadu: The Imaginary Place is a children's book put together by the Charlesbridge Publishing Staff together with John Hope Franklin. They asked a bunch of elementary school children to write and/or draw about a perfect country... anything they wanted.

Xanadu would be like chocolate. There is a rainbow up in the sky and the air smells sweet like sugar. The people in Xanadu look so pretty. Clothes are made of gold and silver silk. Coats are made of fake fur.

The book includes drawings, stories, poetry, and simple descriptions. It is marketed for children from ages 9 to 12, based on reading level, but is probably more interesting (or amusing) for adult readers. It gets most of its mileage from being cute.