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For over 20 years, kids and kids at heart have giggled at the jumbled, goofy nonsense poems of Shel Silverstein. And now, lucky readers can listen to his mad meanderings as well with this 20th anniversary edition of A Light in the Attic, which includes a CD read by the author himself. Eleven classics, including "Twistable, Turnable Man," "The Dragon of Grindly Grun," "Prehistoric," and "Backward Bill" are performed by the late virtuoso of verse, while the tremendously popular book contains every one of the original poems that made Silverstein's name a household word: "Poemsicle," "Hula Eel," "Standing Is Stupid," "Moon-Catchin' Net," "Meehoo with an Exactlywatt," and dozens upon dozens more. Silverstein's amusing, cartoonish line drawings are every bit as familiar and beloved to readers as his poems. Gone, but not forgotten, the creator of the irresistible poetry collections Where the Sidewalk Ends and Falling Up, left an indelible mark on children's poetry. (All ages) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
'A genius ... his is an enduring influence' The Times 'Resonates beyond words' Guardian 'That rare adult who can still think like a child' The New York Times --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.See all Product Description
Ce livre me rappelle des souvenirs de l'époque où je fréquentais la polyvalente de Saint-Jérôme. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Nancy Grégoire
This has always been one of my favorites as a child. I enjoy reading the poems and looking at the simple and silly drawings in the book.Published 22 months ago by Alice Chan
I am not a big poem fan but I love this book! Drawings are great and so fun!Published on July 14 2004
Hula eels, magic carpets and tickilish tom are all things in A Light in the Attic. This hilarios book has fun filled poems all over! such as Little Abigail and the beautiful pony. Read morePublished on May 17 2004