Please Bury Me in the Library

Please Bury Me in the Library

Book - 2004
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There's nothing like curling up with a good book, but you have to be careful. Before you know it, a minute turns into an hour, an hour turns into a day, and a day may turn into . . . eternity.

Inspired by the likes of Edward Lear, X. J. Kennedy, and Lewis Carroll, the author of Arithme-Tickle and Scien-Trickery has created a collection of original poems about books and reading that range from sweet to silly to laugh-out-loud funny. Newcomer Kyle M. Stone's clever, witty, and endearing paintings make this the perfect treat for book lovers of all ages.
Publisher: Orlando : Harcourt, 2004.
ISBN: 9780152163877
Call Number: 811.54 LEWIS
Characteristics: p. ; cm.
Subjects: Children's poetry, American.
Libraries -- Juvenile humor.
Libraries -- Juvenile poetry.
Additional Contributors: Stone, Kyle M. - Illustrator


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Dec 07, 2011

Wonderful poetry - read it aloud - great for juvenile, and adult, bibliophiles


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