Wednesday, April 22, 2015
In Aprils Past,
Poetry posts predominated.
(me opt poem)
and certainly we've read some
But sillier stuff appeals
more to my son.
Jon Agee's books of palindromes
couple ridiculous phrases with
matching silly drawings and
will delight those with a sense
of the ridiculous and anyone
who sees things backwards and
Here a few for you
to see if your gal or guy
would like to give Agee
Emil's Niece, in slime.
You may want to try writing your own -
you'll find out why they can be so weird
and why Agee's funny drawings help.
The drawings define the palindromes,
and provide a context for the reader.
But I think my son would like them
even without the pictures.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Cool Spring rain falling,
happy duck weather,
found some ducky rhymes.
Ducks in Muck by Lori Haskins
is an "Early Step into Reading" book
and a great easy reading book with
very few words.
The rhymes help kids read and
to have the predictability they
Short, sweet, with bright colors
and cuddly ducks, it should appeal
to beginning readers and those who
just love silly, rhyming stories.
If your child enjoys this, you
should try Duck in the Truck.