What’s the Weather Inside?

Whimsical poems in the spirit of Shel Silverstein cover topics from a dentist who bites toonomatopoeia. Karma Wilson even doles out advice to Rapunzel (“cut off your hair”) and to those who might eat yellow snow. Accompanied by Barry Blitt‘s exaggerated drawings, What’s the Weather Inside? is bound to garner laughs.

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3 Responses to What’s the Weather Inside?

  1. My daughter would love this. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Allyn Stotz says:

    Sounds really cool, thanks!

  3. churches in lansing says:

    I like this post a great deal. I will certainly be back.

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