Animals That Ought to Be: Poems About Imaginary Pets. With Paintings By Leonard Baskin
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Each poem in this collection is paired with a striking painting by renowned artist, Leonard Baskin, and will inspire young readers to invent their own animals that ought to be.
Críticas: Baskin and Michelson, who collaborated very effectively on the earlier Did You Say Ghosts?, have created a dozen creepy--but helpful--creatures, including the Nightmare Scarer, which eats bad dreams; and the Channel Changer, which gives a new meaning to the term "belly button." (Ages 5 to 8)
Título: Animals That Ought to Be: Poems About ...
Editorial: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, N.Y.
Año de publicación: 1996
Encuadernación: Paper-covered Boards
Ejemplar firmado: Inscribed By the Poet & Signed By the Illustrator
Edición: First Edition.
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