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A Light in the Attic Hardcover – August 9, 2005
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If you know Silverstein's work, then you are familiar with his simple rhyming style. His flair for combining drawings and words make for a book that's much more than just a collection of poetry. His poems are an experience that would be diminished without the visual aspect.
Silverstein's collections are great for all ages. I read them as a kid, but I enjoy them just as much now. Silverstein has the soul of a child, but the wit of a sage.
"The saddest thing I ever did see
Was a woodpecker peckin' at a plastic tree.
He looks at me, and 'Friend,' says he,
'Things ain't as sweet as they used to be.'"
-Shel Silverstein page 83
This is a great book to give to anyone and everyone on your list...for ANY occasion.
Most of th peoms run about half a page, some long, some short. All of course, though, have humor and really show the work put in to them. This poem book is one of Silverstein's finest and deserves some sort of award.
I want to thank Shel Silverstein for creating such a wonderful poem book and such great ideas that make you want to read the whole book in one sitting. That would definitely take time though it would be worth it.
As you can see, I really recommend anyone of any age buying this book so they can enjoy it as much as I did. Thank you for reading my review and have a nice day!!
The nostalgia factor alone will have you feeling like your a kid again if you read it as a child.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought as a gift for my niece. She is very happy with it. It is a great read.Published 2 days ago by irishar
We've enjoyed reading this before bedtime. My daughter is 7 and was so excited to receive this book for Christmas.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is by far one of the most enjoyable books to read to your young children or grand children. I would say from 5 years onwards. Every family should have this book. Read morePublished 11 days ago by William M. Funk III
Time tested. Tried and true. The best poetry and short story books ever written for kids and kids at heart. Thank you Shel!Published 15 days ago by RPG
Its a favorite in my household. My oldest son grew up with this book, and my youngest loves it just as much. Shel Silverstein is a favorite in our household. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Nadine Butler