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/ And second place will do just fine / in a race to hug a porcupine”—or whose lessons are slightly muted, as in “Butterfly”: “If you find a caterpillar / and you keep it in a jar, / just think of how your life would be / if you weren’t where you are, / if someone put you in a bowl / or in a tiny ...Oct 01 2012 | Read Full Review of Make Magic! Do Good!
To get a sense of the tone of this poetry collection from Clayton (An Awesome Book!), look no further than the illustration note on the copyright page, which says the artwork was "done in two parts positive vibes and three parts watercolor rainbow sprinkles."Dec 03 2012 | Read Full Review of Make Magic! Do Good!
The book is best summed up by the book jacket summary: I wrote this book to remind you that you’re magic.Nov 24 2012 | Read Full Review of Make Magic! Do Good!
I resist efforts to be told to be good through poetry, and I don’t think that kids get much out of being lectured to, in poetry or prose.Feb 04 2013 | Read Full Review of Make Magic! Do Good!
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