|Button Up! by Alice Schertle|
Do the clothes in your closet have a life all their
own? From undies to jammies to a much-loved hand-me-down
sweatshirt, the duds on display in this perfectly stitched
poetry collection are a unique as the critters who wear them.
|Ubiquitous: Celebrating Nature's Survivors by Joyce Sidman|
Ubiquitous: Something that is (or seems to be)
everywhere at the same time. Enjoy this wonderful collection of unusual
poetry mixed with intriguing scientific information.
|Dark Emperor & Other Poems of the Night by Joyce Sidman|
Welcome to the night, when mice stir
and furry moths flutter. When snails spiral into
shells a orb spiders circle in silk. When the roots of
oak trees recover and repair from their time in the
light. When the porcupette eats delicacies - raspberry leaves! -
and coos to its mother.
Come out to the cool night woods, and buzz and hoot and howl -
but beware, for it's wild and it's windy way out in the woods!
|I Heard if from Alice Zucchini by Juanita Havill|
From the still chill of a winter night to the
ra-ta-ta, ra-ta-ta, ra-ta-too of a lively
vegetable stew, these twenty whimsical poems celebrate the joys of
a garden from start to finish. a tour de force of imagination,
I Heard if from Alice Zucchini invites you to join in the
Pea Pod Chant, wander through the Rhubarb Forest,
dance with the Dainty Doily Dill Weed, gossip with Alice Zucchini,
and hold your breath on the pumpkin's enchanted evening.