Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Play on Words

We are fond of clever books in this household.  This one took some explaining for Charlotte, but the Provensens prove capable wordsmiths.  They combine their graphic art with clever wordplay.  Be on the lookout for puns and onomatopoeia!

Play on Words
A&M Provensen 1972

1 comment:

  1. I'm pretty certain that I copied a poem from a book on this site that went:

    O is for Oak Fairies,
    hidden in the roots
    of the big oak tree,
    the Oak Fairies love to talk for hours
    and have tea.

    Now I can't find it anywhere among your ABC books. Do you remember which book it is from?

    Thank you.