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With rhyme schemes that change within the poems, words that don’t quite rhyme, rhythm that falters and a dearth of punctuation, these animal poems are difficult to read at best: “A turtle's mouth / Is different / It's not like mine or yours / First off, it has no teeth / But extremely hard, stron...Jan 15 2012 | Read Full Review of Open Wide!
Vivid photographs show a menagerie of animals with their mouths wide open, as rhyming verses describe each animal, including a raccoon, zebra, eel, ostrich, clam, and turtle. Hamâs conversational versDec 31 2011 | Read Full Review of Open Wide!
Ham invites her readers to explore the open mouths of over 24 animals and to brainstorm reasons why they might have their jaws extended so wide.Oct 12 2012 | Read Full Review of Open Wide!