A new poetry book chock full of unpublished poems and artwork by the beloved Shel Silverstein joins the ranks of Where the Sidewalk Ends, A Light in the Attic and Falling Up. Every Thing On It is only the second original book to be published since Silverstein’s passing in 1999. With more than 130 never-before-seen poems and drawings completed by the cherished American cartoonist, playwright, performer and Grammy® Award–winning songwriter, this collection follows in the tradition of his acclaimed poetry classics.
Silverstein has encouraged children to dream and dare to imagine the impossible. Now fans will have a chance to discover even more riches, and new readers will delight in the timeless magic of his works. (All ages.)
Hardcover Book : 208 pages
Publisher: Harper Collins Childrens Bks. ( September 20, 2011 )
Item #: 13-415022
Product Dimensions: 6.75 x 8.75 inches
Product Weight: 26.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
I love this guy! My mom gave me End of the Sidewalk 29 years ago and have all his books that I share with my girl scouts, friends family. We still enjoy reading them.
I gave to one of my grandchildren who has become a new reader of Shel Silverstein. I still enjoy reaDING sHELMYSELFANDLOVBE TO share all of hisb ooks and stories. Misshim
I gladly added this to my Shel Silverstein collection. The book is fun and will provide opportunities for laughs as my grandchildren discover these fun poems and illustrations.
It's hard to say who I ordered this book for, my niece or myself. She was the gift receipiant. Although the level of reading is a little advanced for her right now, I think these poems are even better read out loud! It's my intention to give her a book she'll grow with not out grow.
Reviewer: Jean F
My child loves all the Shel Silverstein books. When I ordered this one I was afraid that it might be full of reject poems that didn't make the other books. Not the case, these poems are up to par with all the rest. In fact my child reaches for this book before he reaches for A Light in the Attic which used to be his favorite.