What do YOU put in YOUR pocket?
Everyday things like a spinky spanky handkerchief? Or silly things like slushy gushy pudding?
No matter what you put in your pockets, you'll get a whole lot of ideas from Beatrice Schenk de Regnier's catchy, cumulative rhymes. Together with Michael Grejniec's zany, bright illustrations, they'll make you look at pockets -- and the days of the week -- in a whole new way!
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Cheerfully showing its texture, paint covers every bit of alternating pages that list the pocketed objects cumulatively with qualifiers like “nicy icy water” and “funny finny fingers.” These lists look finger-painted (the words “slushy glushy pudding” in brown, as if perhaps written in pudding) a...| Read Full Review of What Did You Put in Your Pocket?
This 1955 picture book, recently recolored by Sendak, explores the many possibilities of using commonplace things in a world of the imagination.| Read Full Review of What Did You Put in Your Pocket?
Beatrice Schenk de Regniers's What Did You Put in Your Pocket?, first published in 1958, receives a new look with Michael Grejniec's citrus-colored artwork, rendered in thick brushstrokes.| Read Full Review of What Did You Put in Your Pocket?