In James Proimos' first collection of poems, we find odes to spaghetti, reflections on stinky feet, and an argument to rethink baths. We meet General Mary Rumpus, the leader of the war on vegetables, Milton the Bully, who gets his in the end, and Billy Snuglag, who picks teams almost as well as he picks his nose.
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If I Were in Charge Rules Would Be Different! based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
The book title is upside down, that tells you something right there. This is a collection of poems written and illustratred by Proimos. These poems are funny abd relate to kids because it is about school, homework, friends and many other things. I really think children will enjoy reading these.
This book definitely appeals to children. The poems are about topics that interest kids. Proimos' poems and illustrations show that poetry can be fun and not tedious like educators make it seem. I think this book is good to teach children that poetry is a useful form of expressing any thought, word, or idea.