This witty, silly, humorous collection of some of Barry Louis Polisar's best-loved song lyrics, accompanied by imaginative full-color drawings, brings to life the often comical reality of childhood. Filled with pesky siblings, terrifying teachers, and tormented babysitters who won't return, not to mention various monsters, a boy who has lost his pants, and a young child with a dog named “Cat,” the illustrated poetry will delight youngsters of all ages as well as their parents.
About the Author
Barry Louis Polisar has written songs for Sesame Street and The Weekly Reader, and his early recordings are cataloged in the Songwriters Hall of Fame. He has performed at the White House, the Smithsonian, and the Kennedy Center. He is the author of Insect Soup: Bug Poems, Peculiar Zoo, and The Snake Who Was Afraid of People. He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland. David Clark is a winner of the Rubin Award for Newspaper Illustration and has illustrated almost all of Barry’s books. He lives in Luray, Virginia.