Dragons, Dinosaurs, and Monster Poems

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Purple dragons, fiery dragons, cross-eyed dragons, playing the banjo, flying, feasting, and fighting. Dinosaurs stuck in the bath, grinding up bones, having a party, eating the fridge, bellowing, raving, and dancing. Hairy monsters, scary monsters, monsters of fire, monsters of snow, roaring, gulping, and gobbling. Here are three books of poems in one about every kind of dragon, dinosaur, and monster you can think of.
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Purple dragons, fiery dragons, cross-eyed dragons, playing the banjo, flying, feasting, and fighting. Dinosaurs stuck in the bath, grinding up bones, having a party, eating the fridge, bellowing, raving, and dancing. Hairy monsters, scary monsters, monsters of fire, monsters of snow, roaring, gulping, and gobbling. Here are three books of poems in one about every kind of dragon, dinosaur, and monster you can think of.
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"Top of the heap for the children... Fantastic, playfully energetic artwork... Packs plenty of humor and wordplay in and around the clever illustrations."--The Sacramento Bee

"Kids over 5 will appreciate these lively, rollicking poems, and will especially appreciate the vivid and varied color illustrations... Whimsical, fun views of fictional creatures [with] a heavy dose of humor."--Children's Bookwatch

"Three-books-in-one offer children silly and colorful poems on popular topics, enjoyable for reading over and over... Younger children will delight in the creative, comical illustrations... Fun for Halloween or any time of the year. Recommended."--Library Talk

Children's Literature - Linnea Hendrickson
A compilation of three books in one-Dragon Poems, originally published in 1991, Dinosaur Poems, in 1993, and Monster Poems in 1995-this lively collection will undoubtedly be popular with young lovers of any of these varieties of beast. The works of poets familiar around the globe have been included, among them Jack Prelutsky, Max Fatchen, X.J. Kennedy, Lilian Moore, and John Foster. Zany, colorful, cartoon-like illustrations emphasize the humor of such poems as "The Monster behind the Loo," "Trouble at the Dinosaur Cafe," and "Never Trust a Dragon."
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  • ISBN-13: 9780192761958
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 10/28/1998
  • Pages: 32
  • Age range: 18 years
  • Product dimensions: 11.10 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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