The Ice Cream Store: Poems

In this kid pleasing poetry collection, Dennis Lee delves into the special and imaginative world of children Young readers will enjoy reading poems that address their concerns and curiosities, from digging holes to foreign lands to searching for the perfect pet Full color.
The Ice Cream Store Poems In this kid pleasing poetry collection Dennis Lee delves into the special and imaginative world of children Young readers will enjoy reading poems that address their concerns and curiosities from di

  • Title: The Ice Cream Store: Poems
  • Author: Dennis Lee
  • ISBN: 9780590458610
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The Ice Cream Store: Poems”

    1. This bright and colorful book was one of the first poetry books that I had as a child. Although the book is big and awkward to hold for small hands, it is one that will be an enjoyable experience whether one is looking at the pictures or even reading the poems themselves, which are all silly poems thus some reading help may be needed by beginning readers for a bit harder words. I am not a fan of most silly poems to begin with but the illustrations for the most part also tell their own stories of [...]

    2. Dennis Lee's verses are full of rhyme and silliness. The focus is on sounds and not necessarily content. The children love them. And David McPhail's pictures add delightful interpretations of the poems. This book is good for different ages; there is lots of light hearted fun for everyone.

    3. Cute poetry book for kids. Adorable illustrations and also teaches children manners in a few of the poemsch as Mabel where it says "keep your hooves off the table and do not whinny any more."

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