Super Silly School Poems by David GreenbergSuper Silly School Poems by David Greenberg

Super Silly School Poems

byDavid GreenbergIllustratorLiza Woodruff

Paperback | June 24, 2014

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A collection of silly poems that's perfect for back-to-school!

This school-themed collection contains wacky, wonderful poems about a recess secret, a show-and-tell mystery, a handful of homework excuses, and a sneaky, slithering, escaped class pet. These poems are sure to tickle the funny bone of any kid who's ever endured a gross cafeteria lunch or a teacher with eyes in the back of her head.

David Greenberg's silly school poems will speak to kids, parents, and teachers alike. Liza Woodruff's fun illustrations are a perfect fit for these poems.

DAVID GREENBERG is the author of such entertaining books as Crocs!, Skunks!, and Bugs! An avid reader as a child, David cites this early love for literature as his inspiration for becoming a writer. He lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife and three children. LIZA WOODRUFF is the illustrator of What Time Is It?, How About a Kiss ...
Title:Super Silly School PoemsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 10.01 × 8.02 × 0.11 inPublished:June 24, 2014Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545479819

ISBN - 13:9780545479813


Editorial Reviews

Praise for David Greenberg and Liza WoodruffBUGS! (by David Greenberg and Lynn Munsinger)"Greenberg's grotesque salute to bugs will captivate and disgust readers of all ages with a satisfying rhyme. ... BUGS! is ragingly, repugnant fun." --CHILDREN'S LITERATUREHOW ABOUT A KISS FOR ME? (by Todd Tarpley and Liza Woodruff)"Together with Woodruff's ... bright and delicately outlined watercolor illustrations, debut author Tarpley's sweetly silly story is, like kissing, suitable for any time of day." --PUBLISHERS WEEKLY