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5 stars I think this is my favorite Shel Silverstein offering One of those books that can be enjoyed by children and adults depending on how deeply you dive into the meaning of the stories Incredibly imaginative and very well done.
As always, a wonderful book of beautiful, funny and endearing poems from Shel Silverstein My favorites Diving BoardYou ve been up on that diving boardMaking sure that it s nice and straight.
You ve made sure that it s not too slick.
You ve made sure that it can stand the weight.
You ve made sure that the spring is tight.
You ve made sure that the cloth won t slip.
You ve made sure that it bounces right.
And now that your toes can get a grip And you ve been up there since half past fiveDoin everythingbut DIVE.
And the title poem Falling UpI tripped on my shoelaceAnd I fell up Up to the rooftops,Up over the town,Up past the tree tops,Up over the mountains,Up where the colorsBlend into the sounds.
But it got me so dizzyWhen I looked around,I got sick to my Millie McDeevit Screamed A ScreamSo Loud It Made Her Eyebrows SteamShe Screamed So LoudHer Jawbone Broke,Her Tongue Caught Fire,Her Nostrils Smoked Poor Screamin Millie Is Just One Of The Unforgettable Characters In This Wondrous New Book Of Poems And Drawings By The Creator Of Where The Sidewalk Ends And A Light In The Attic Here You Will Also Meet Allison Beals And Her Twenty Five Eels Danny O Dare, The Dancin Bear The Human Balloon And Headphone HaroldSo Come, Wander Through The Nose Garden, Ride The Little Hoarse, Eat In The Strange Restaurant, And Let The Magic Of Shel Silverstein Open Your Eyes And Tickle Your Mind Some wonderful gems from this anthology of poems and drawings Falling UpI tripped on my shoelaceAnd I fell up Up to the roof tops,Up over the town,Up past the tree tops,Up over the mountains,Up where the colorsBlend into the sounds But it got me so dizzyWhen I looked around,I got sick to my stomachAnd I threw down.
WOULDA COULDA SHOULDAAll the Woulda Coulda ShouldasLayin in the sun,Talkin bout the thingsThey woulda coulda shoulda doneBut those Woulda Coulda ShouldasAll ran away and hidFrom one little did.
SHARINGI ll share your toys, I ll share your money,I ll share your toast, I ll share your honey,I ll share your milk and your cookies too The hard part s sharing mine with you.
KEEP OUT HOUSEAt last I finished my keep out house,A house that s meant for privacy,A house that s meant for peacefulness,A house just meant f .
A very cute book of poems that I read to my daughter for a change of pace It was clever, witty and funny Sometimes a little weird, but still a fun read for children.
Ever since I was little, I have been a huge fan of Shel Silverstein s works as they were creative, controversial and hilarious to read through I have practically read almost all of Shel Silverstein s works including Where the Sidewalk Ends, A Light in the Attic, and Every Thing on It and I had enjoyed every single one of them Now, I have finally read another one of Shel Silverstein s books called Falling Up and it was just as enjoyable as Shel Silverstein s other works This is another book that has a set of Shel Silverstein s famous poems and some of the poems featured in this book include Falling Up I tripped on my shoelaceAnd I fell up Up to the roof tops,Up over the town,Up past the tree tops,Up over the mountains, Up where the colorsBlend into the sounds.
But it got me so dizzyWhen I looked around,I got sick to my
Falling Up, Shel SilversteinFalling Up is a 1996 poetry collection for children by Shel Silverstein, published by HarperCollins It features illustrations, drawn by the author, for most of the 144 poems Silverstein dedicated the book to his son, Matthew It is also the third and final poetry collection by Silverstein in his lifetime, as he died 3 years after Falling Up was released 1997 2006 1381 187 1392 9789649225708 20 1383 202 9647222947 1388 202 9646965776 1394 .