The Ant in the Cellar

The Ant in the Cellar

by Danielle Rosenblatt, Jacqueline Kirk
     
 
The Ant in the Cellar is a collection of the whackiest, fun-loving poems ever written narrated by an ant who lives in the basement of an imaginary house on an imaginary street in an imaginary town where day-to-day objects, animals, and people are not as normal as they appear. They are seen and described as the ant sees and describes them. Even adults will enjoy

Overview

The Ant in the Cellar is a collection of the whackiest, fun-loving poems ever written narrated by an ant who lives in the basement of an imaginary house on an imaginary street in an imaginary town where day-to-day objects, animals, and people are not as normal as they appear. They are seen and described as the ant sees and describes them. Even adults will enjoy this wonderful story all done in terrific rhyme and is absolutely hilarious. The inside is done in black and white but there are black sketches throughout the book on each story. This is a very endearing book for everyone four years to ninety years. Perfect for reading before bedtime or on a rainy day!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780978898533
Publisher:
A-Argus Enterprises, Incorporated
Publication date:
08/01/2008
Pages:
127
Product dimensions:
7.80(w) x 9.70(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
1 Year

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