Humpty Dumpty is humiliated. All the King’s Horses and All the King’s Men make fun of him and his embarrassing fall every chance they get. So Humpty Dumpty holes up in his home, determined to never climb another wall. Until a friend needs his help. In this silly play on traditional nursery rhymes Humpty is given the chance to show that the best thing to do after you fall off the horse (or wall, in this case) is to get right back on.
“Illustrated with big, clear, line-and-watercolor cartoons, Horowitz’s simple rhyming text is both a parody of nursery rhymes and a fun story. Children will enjoy the puns and the play with the Mother Goose verses that they know.” – Booklist
Dave Horowitz (horowitzdave.com) grew up in Smithtown, New York. He studied coloring at a famous art college in Rhode Island, played drums in Oregon, worked in New York City, and was a professional rock climber. Now he lives in New York’s Hudson… More about Dave Horowitz
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Published by Puffin Books Oct 13, 2011| 32 Pages| 8 x 10| 3-5 years| ISBN 9780142419328
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