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It's a zoo in here!
Have you ever . . .
Seen a Gritchen in your kitchen?
Dared to dance with the One-Legged Zantz?
Declined to dine with the Glub-Toothed Sline?
You haven't? Well then, step inside—but only if you are ready to be amazed, tickled, astonished, and entertained by this most unusual bestiary of silly and scary creatures.
Shel Silverstein combined his unique imagination and bold brand of humor for his first poetry collection—the only one he illustrated in full color. Now celebrating fifty years, Don't Bump the Glump! and Other Fantasies was originally published in 1964, the same year as his most famous picture book, The Giving Tree.
Love Shel Silverstein and this was a great addition to my collection!
I owned this book many years ago and had searched for a copy on-line for decades, it was a real thrill to see it in a bookstore again....finally.
It's another "KIDS" book that will actually be enjoyed by an adult reader more than the child.
Thought it was pretty stupid. Fortunately I know some kids... gave it away.Published 23 days ago by E. Thomas
I bought this 50th anniversary of the only colored book of Shel Silverstein poetry book in anticipation of giving it to my great grandson for Christmas 2014. Read morePublished 6 months ago by stormlyn
Can't go wrong with Silverstein Books...!!! My GKid will love it & read to his siblings...!!! Would recommend to any one with children...!!!Published 10 months ago by Nanny9
I purchased this item as a gift for a 3 year old, Shel Silverstein has always been a classic, fun writer for me.Published 13 months ago by G. Townsend
Not exactly young kids material but my daughter loves it and laughs everything we read it. Very imaginative storytelling. Illustrations are beautiful and fun.Published 13 months ago by J. Taylor
Fantastic book for kids! So imaginative and creative. Easy read that children will find delightful!
Shel Silverstein is always brilliant! Read more
Too much Shel is NOT a good thing! I felt my IQ level drop as I read this book, I wasn’t amused by his style and I’m sorry I didn’t read up on him more before I purchased several... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Kym
Read this book while in college (yes) and was happy to find it still in publication. Glad to see all the characters are intact.Published on September 9, 2012 by fjcinss