Falling Up Poems and Drawings (Hardcover)
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|A collection of more than one hundred new poems and drawings by the celebrated author introduces the characters Allison Beals and her 25 Eels, Danny ODare the Dancin Bear, Headphone Harry, and many others. *Author: Silverstein, Shel *Subtitle: Poems and Drawings *Publication Date: 1996/05/01 *Binding Type: Library *Grade Level: 3-4 *Language: English *Depth: 1.25 *Width: 7.25 *Height: 9.50|
From the Publisher:
Millie McDeevit screamed a scream|So loud it made her eyebrows steam.|She screamed so loud|Her jawbone broke,|Her tongue caught fire,|Her nostrils smoked...|
Poor Screamin' Millie is just one of the unforgettable characters in this wondrous new book of poems and drawings by the creator of Where the Sidewalk Ends and A Light in the Attic. Here you will also meet Allison Beals and her twenty-five eels; Danny O'Dare, the dancin' bear; the Human Balloon; and Headphone Harold.
So come, wander through the Nose Garden, ride the Little Hoarse, eat in the Strange Restaurant, and let the magic of Shel Silverstein open your eyes and tickle your mind.With over one hundred new poems and drawings by the master of wit and wisdom, Shel Silverstein's magical tradition continues. Meet Allison Beals and Her 25 Eels, Reachin' Richard, the clothes dryin' Moose, the thieving Nap Taker, Danny O'Dare, the Dancin' Bear, the ill-fated Headphone Harry and many more unforgettable characters as Shel Silverstein draws you into his world with this wondrous new collection.
A collection of humorous light verse illustrated with line drawings.
"Readers chortling their way through this inspired assemblage of cautionary tales, verbal hijinks, and thoughtful observations, deftly inserted, will find the temptation to read parts of it aloud irresistible." 05/01/1996 Washington Post Book World
"As in previous books, the author's teasing tone absorbs the impact of his serious and macabre selections. And, of course, it welcomes readers to share in the jokes. Silverstein still specializes in subversively educational verse." - Nathalie op de Beeck 06/02/1996