Tag Archives: Prelutsky, Jack

“More More More,” Said the Baby (A Caldecott Honor book)

Author: Vera B. Williams Publisher: Greenwillow Books Product Description Here are Little Guy, Little Pumpkin,and Little Bird. Their grownups love them. So will you. Amazon.com Review From beneath the tickles, kisses, and unfettered affection showered on them by grownups, the children in Vera B. Williams’ Caldecott Honor Book cry out for “more more more!” The […]

Read-Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young

Author: Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers Product Description First published in 1986 and just as fresh and relevant today, this widely acclaimed, child-friendly poetry anthology is now being reissued with a striking new jacket. In his introduction to this book Jim Trelease, bestselling author of The Read-Aloud Handbook, writes, “No one better recognizes the […]

It’s Christmas! (I Can Read Book 3)

Rating: (3 reviews) Author: Jack Prelutsky Publisher: HarperCollins Product Description Christmas is coming! And from choosing the perfect tree, to receiving a gift of underwear from a relative, to seeing Santas everywhere you look, these twelve easy-to-read poems treat readers to a funny and festive look at favorite holiday traditions. This merry collection of Christmas […]

Hooray for Diffendoofer Day!

Rating: (53 reviews) Author: Dr Seuss Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers Product Description Started by Seuss, finished by Prelutsky, and splendiferously illustrated by Lane Smith, this is the children’s book publishing event of the year! Big–56 pages–and bursting with energy, here is a joyous ode to individuality, starring an unsinkable teacher named Miss Bonkers […]

My Parents Think I’m Sleeping (I Can Read Book 3)

Rating: (6 reviews) Author: Jack Prelutsky Publisher: HarperTrophy Product Description From reading under the covers to watching shadows dance on the wall, these fourteen vigorous verses show that a child’s life begins at bedtime! Amazon.com Review The childhood ritual of being put to bed has been a source of inspiration for children (and frustration for […]