Some of the animals in this book are real. They include:the hippopotamus (she's missing)the elephant (he's artistically talented)the octopus (it's great at multitasking).
Others may not be quite so real. These include:the wiguana (very hairy, for a lizard)the halibutterfly (there's something fishy about it)the gludu (quite clingy).
In the tradition of Jack Prelutsky's classic poetry collections The New Kid on the Block, It's Raining Pigs & Noodles, and A Pizza the Size of the Sun, here is a book packed with more than 100 funny poems and silly pictures. Most of the poems are about animals—some are big and some are small, some have unusual interests, and some are just plain unusual.
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/ I’m nasty and annoying / By nature and by choice.” He effortlessly turns a haiku conundrum: “All evening I sing, / Happy on a lily pad, / Celebrating spring.” He hands readers new words, little gems, for them to play with—“easy to abhor” or “Some unsavory subterfuge”—or lets them watch as he tu...| Read Full Review of I've Lost My Hippopotamus
Children (and even some adults) will learn new words, and learn not to be afraid to learn, while discovering the funny bones we all have.Apr 10 2012 | Read Full Review of I've Lost My Hippopotamus
As the author and illustrator of more than sixty books my bet is that you probably know her best for her Miss Bindergarten series (Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten, etc.).Dec 30 2007 | Read Full Review of I've Lost My Hippopotamus
HIP HIP HOORAY for Jack Prelutsky’s new book of poems.| Read Full Review of I've Lost My Hippopotamus
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