Welcome to the imaginative world of Brod Bagert where astronauts pack yo-yos in their space suits and elephants play games inside your ear. Some of the poems in this book are like little mirrors. When children read them, they may see themselves. Maybe they're the superstitious baseball player or the kid who is always in trouble. Maybe they're having a rough time in school or tired of people telling them "no." Whoever they are, they'll find poems that will make them laugh and think. With humorous illustrations by Tim Ellis, Brod Bagert's wonderful collection is fun to read and even more fun to read aloud and perform.
|Product dimensions:||10.80(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.10(d)|
|Age Range:||2 - 5 Years|
About the Author
Brod Bagert, author of The Gooch Machine; Chicken Socks; and Let Me Be the Boss, lives in New Orleans.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
There are just a bunch of short cute poems in this book. The first one which the book is named after Elephant Games is about how this little boy has elephants in his head and that's why he gets in trouble.I loved this book I think the poems are super cute and I remember as a child having a book similar to this one and I read at least one poem out of it every night.I think there are a lot of different projects in this book. There is a poem about space and learning the planets so you could do a lesson there. This book would be a very good investment for a teacher for any age.