A big book of Florian verse, now in paperback
One was a black belt.
One was a brown.
One had a loose belt;
His pants fell down.
Silly, irreverent, and always clever, these poems showcase Douglas Florian’s talent for creating outrageously entertaining verse. More than 150 witty poems accompanied by droll black-and-white drawings will knock the socks off devoted poetry fans and newcomers alike.
"This clever collection of light verse . . . is sure to draw fans of Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, and other purveyors of nonsense."--School Library Journal
"Goofy and clever and playful . . . A perfect book for any young reader who wants a laugh."--Paul B. Janeczko, author of A Poke in the I
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