Timothy Tunny Swallowed a Bunny by Bill Grossman

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Timothy Tunny
Swallowed a bunny.
The bunny got stuck in his throat.
"That bunny looks funny,"
His mom said, "but Honey,
Be thankful it isn't a goat."

In the best tradition of children's poetry, Bill Grossman has created a delightful collection of verses. Each poem is accompanied by a witty and whimsical illustration by celebrated artist Kevin Hawkes. From Kevin I Moses, who has seventeen noses, to Walter Lackwards, whose head is on backwards, these poems are full of hilarious characters who will tickle the funny bones of children and adults alike.

 

About Bill Grossman

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Bill Grossman worked as a gravedigger, forklift operator, computer engineer, and third-grade teacher before writing books for children. He is now a professor of engineering. He lives in Connecticut. Kevin Hawkes is the author as well as the illustrator of "The Wicked Big Toddlah," He lives in Maine.
 
Published March 1, 2001 by Laura Geringer Book. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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/ ‘That bunny looks funny,’ / His mom said, ‘but Honey, / Be thankful it isn’t a goat.’ ” And there are a number that have the mischief of a Shel Silverstein poem—“A witch mean and bad / Imprisoned poor Dad /In a bottle of pop in the closet.

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In this collection of short verses about characters with silly names who meet equally silly fates, "the happy combination of wildly exaggerated illustrations and cracked humor make this a prom

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