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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2004

    The New Kid On The Block

    ¿The New Kid On The Block¿ is a great book. It has funny poems that just might make you laugh in it. This book seems to have just about anything in it. Usually there¿s a twist at the end of his poems. Like in the poem called ¿Super Samson Simpson¿ where there is this guy who is really strong. At the end, his grandmother is stronger than him. I must say that was somewhat funny. The ending is what usually what makes Jack Prelutsky¿s poems enjoyable. Sometimes he¿ll have an illustration to go with his poem. Which is the case with ¿An Alley Cat With One Life Left.¿ There is a picture of a scraggly looking cat. When I first looked at the poem, I saw the cat and found it amusing. This is all before I read the poem. I think the illustration was a lot better than the actual poem. In this book, I found a poem I found most enjoyable. Like a lot of Jack¿s poems, the ending was the funniest part. It was called ¿Super Samson Simpson.¿ I mentioned it earlier. Samson Simpson was really strong. He could pick up elephants. When he did this, though, his Grandma picked him up. The part where Grandma picks him up is at the end. It was very amusing that his Grandmother could pick more weight up than her Grandson. This book was enjoyable for me to read. Jack Prelutsky has a great sense of humor and writes comical poems about just about anything. I would definitely recommend this book to people who can appreciate the good sense that Mr. Prelutsky has. That is why I gave this book, five new kids on the block.

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