A Light in the Attic Special Edition
Last night, while I lay thinking here, Some Whatifs crawled inside my ear And pranced and partied all night long And sang their same old Whatif song: Whatif I flunk that test? Whatif green hair grows on my chest? Whatif nobody likes me? Whatif a bolt of lightning strikes me? . . . Here in the... show more
Last night, while I lay thinking here, Some Whatifs crawled inside my ear And pranced and partied all night long And sang their same old Whatif song: Whatif I flunk that test? Whatif green hair grows on my chest? Whatif nobody likes me? Whatif a bolt of lightning strikes me? . . . Here in the attic of Shel Silverstein you will find Backward Bill, Sour Face Ann, the Meehoo With an Exactlywatt, and the Polar Bear in the Frigidaire. You will talk with the Broiled Face, and find out what happens when someone steals your knees, you get caught by the Quick-Digesting Gink, a mountain snores, and they’ve put a brassiere on the camel. With 12 never-before-published poems, here is a special edition of this beloved poetry collection, from the creator of Where the Sidewalk ends and Falling Up.
Publish date: September 22nd 2009
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
This book of poems by the late author Shel Silverstein contains crude illustrations by the writer himself but the humorous text and the easy reading was compelling enough to cater to my then 6-year-year old daughter's taste. She had asked me to read her certain poems and I recall her smile lightin...
A very good book of poetry. Some are funny. Some are sad. Some are rather morbid. But they all have that unique quality that runs through all of Silverstein's poetry. Well-written and thought-provoking.
Love, love Poems. It could work with any grade level. I would use this book of poems with several different lessons. most how a poem can be structured.
I always enjoyed reading this poems
Let's talk about A Light In The Attic or, what we call it in my house, "reading material for future psycho paths"A book that Barnes & Nobles says is for ages 4 to 8, Scholastic has it for reading level 3.2I've tried to be as fair as I can be while reading this. I mean I LOVED The Giving Tree! It mad...