This energetic collection of twenty-four poems brings the excitement of a child’s first few years at school to life. From opening a box of squeaky new crayons and swinging way up high on the playground swings to getting caught passing a note and bidding farewell to a beloved class pet, the highlights and the lowlights of classroom life are captured here.
“The rhymes and sounds and wordplay are part of the fun.” –Booklist
Kay Winters has written several children’s books including Did You See What I Saw?: Poems About School and The Teeny Tiny Ghost. Brian Lies has illustrated many children’s books including Hamlet and the Enormous Chinese Dragon Kite, which he also… More about Kay Winters