Sometimes I Get My Shoes on Backwards (Funny Poems for Kids)
If you like laugh-out-loud funny, not to mention offbeat, quirky and slightly wacky, you NEED this book.
Get your copy of the funniest 5-star collection of rib-tickling poems and cartoons since Shel Silverstein’s Where the Sidewalk Ends!
Grab your ticket to the wondrous world of the whimsically weird. In this illustrated collection of sidesplitting kid’s poems, you’ll find out why we’re throwing the pumpkin away, how we’re selling father’s moustache, when little sister got elephant ears, where little brother got glued, and what’s important about knee joints. What’s more, you’ll meet Cantankerous Stan, the Garbage Man; Hairy Carrie the Bearded Lady; The Wizard who looked like a Lizard; and the Grumbly Grump of Nottingham Dump!
This delightful collection of illustrated poems is surprising, inventive, kooky and—most of all—hilarious.
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Recipient of the Readers’ Favorite Five Stars Award and Winner of the 2015 Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Contest:
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My brother, Ledger, doesn’t know I’m writing this, ‘cause if he did, he’d probably stop me.
It’s not that he’s humble or anything (that’s for sure!), it’s just that he gets so embarrassed. Like he always got embarrassed by our dad’s weird inventions, and then because our dad’s bookstore Walden Pondering was going under so he almost had to declare bankruptcy. But I think that’s dumb. We did save the bookstore after all. Well, actually, Ledger did most of the saving.
It all started when our Granddad Dexter showed up, all excited to tell us about his Sunsoakers, these plants he was developing that grow batteries.
See, he wanted to do something really useful to fight global warming (and make a billion dollars!), but some bad guys blew up his lab and almost killed him.
So he decided to hide out at Camp Eureka (that’s an inventor’s camp for kids), pretending to be a camp counselor while he finished his project in secret. And he offered to take us with him for the summer. (Yay!)
But first we had to get there. That was when… [-more-]