A Bad Case of the Giggles (Kids' Favorite Funny Poems)

A Bad Case of the Giggles (Kids' Favorite Funny Poems)

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by Bruce Lansky, Stephen Carpenter
     
 

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THE GIGGLES ARE GONNA GET YOU!
This is the funniest collection of children's poetry since Kids Pick the Funniest Poems. It's the second collection of poems selected by kids.

In this book you'll find creations of some of the most popular children's poets in the world: Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, Judith Viorst, Jeff Moss, Bruce Lansky, and

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THE GIGGLES ARE GONNA GET YOU!
This is the funniest collection of children's poetry since Kids Pick the Funniest Poems. It's the second collection of poems selected by kids.

In this book you'll find creations of some of the most popular children's poets in the world: Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, Judith Viorst, Jeff Moss, Bruce Lansky, and other funny poets.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781567315219
Publisher:
Fine Communications
Publication date:
10/28/2002
Pages:
114
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

Meet the Author

Bruce Lansky has been crowned “King of Giggle Poetry” by his elementary- and middle-school admirers, who helped select the hilarious poems included in this book. His popular poetry anthologies—including Kids Pick the Funniest Poems; Miles of Smiles; Rolling in the Aisles; No More Homework! No More Tests!; If Kids Ruled the School; Mary Had a Little Jam; Peter, Peter, Pizza-Eater; and I’ve Been Burping in the Classroom—have brought chortles, chuckles, grins, and guffaws to a whole generation of children.

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A Bad Case of the Giggles 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
BarbaraIS More than 1 year ago
In this book you'll find the work of some of the most famous children's poets in the world. The book's editor, Bruce Lansky, had teachers and their students choose the poems for this book. That is why kids like me find the poems so hilarious. There are nine groups of poems: All about Me, All in the Family, Off to School we Go, What's for Dinner, Critters, Tall Tales, Tongue Twisters, Mixed-Up Mother Goose, and Time for Bed. My favorite categories were All about Me and Mixed-Up Mother Goose. All about Me tells about the funny way little kids think. For example, in my favorite poem, Smart, the kid trades a $1 bill for two quarters because he thinks that many coins are better than one bill. Mother Goose tales are very funny because they are simple common songs with new hilarious lyrics. The matching illustrations are as funny as the poems. I couldn't put this humorous book down until I read all of them!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My 9 year old loves this book and just won't lay it down until finished. Has read several times in a few days.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I have owned this book since i was seven years old. My Uncle bought it for me while i was in the hospital. I am twenty-one now and i still love this book. I am a third grade religious education teacher and i am am in college to become a teacher. During my fieldwork i get to work one on one with many different students. I bring in this book for my students to pick a poem and read and they absolutly love it. This book is a hit everytime i use it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have a large collection of poems for kids and I love this one because it's in the voice of kids! As a teacher, my students laugh out loud and understand the humor. If you want to get the giggles and the imaginations going, use these poems to inspire young writers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Some of the poems in this collection are great. Who can question the brilliance of Shel Silverstein? Why then are we subjected to having a great like Shel having to share these pages with poetry that reads like it was written by children, not for children. The chief perpetrator of painful (to read) poetry is the editor himself, who should have know better than to insert his amateurish efforts into this collection. If you want to read Shel Silverstein, buy his collections. I can think of no reason to buy this pastiche of real children's poetry books.