I Don't Want To Clean My Room by Hope Vestergaard
A Mess of Poems About Chores

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Kids come up with all kinds of excuses for not doing their chores. But once-boring jobs will become a treat once children and parents read this book of bouncy poems. With a little imagination, doing the laundry can inspire a song and dance, and sweeping the floor can turn into a hockey match. Accompanied by playful illustrations, the sixteen poems in this book reveal that even the most mundane activities can be an opportunity for fun and family bonding.

About Hope Vestergaard

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Hope Vestergaard is the author of Driving Daddy; Wake Up, Mama!; and several other picture books. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Carol Koeller has illustrated several books for young readers. She lives in Chicago, Illinois.
Published March 15, 2007 by Dutton Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The 16 rhyming poems in this collection are aimed at preschoolers who are just learning about household chores such as folding laundry, vacuuming and making beds.

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