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I'm Allergic to School
by Robert Pottle, Mike & Carl Gordon (Illustrators)
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Hardcover Full Color
- 32 pages (First Printing 2007)
; Dimensions (in inches): 8.5w x 11h
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It's been years in the making and it's comming soon - my next book - I'm Allergic to School! It's published by the leader in funny poetry for children - Meadowbrook Press, and it will be distributed by Simon and Schuster.
It is a full color, hardcover book of funny poems and songs about school. In case you can't tell I'm a little bit excited about this book. Here's a quote about the book from amazon.com :
"This book contains 18 hilarious poems and songs about the funnier-than-fiction misadventures that occur every day at school, such as ripping pants on the playground, stapling shirts to shoelaces in art class, having embarrassing “accidents” at the kindergarten concert, and scoring unlikely game-winning soccer goals. Pottle has performed these poems in schools from coast to coast, so it's no surprise they passed Meadowbrook Press's poetry panel testing with flying colors. The four-color illustrations by Mike and Carl Gordon that accompany each poem/song are equally entertaining and giggle-packed!
Robert Pottle is one of the most prolific and popular “Giggle Poets” in North America. He is coauthor of Tinkle, Tinkle, Little Tot, and his poems are featured in five other Meadowbrook Press anthologies of humorous poetry. His 20 best poems and songs are now featured in I'm Allergic to School! It contains humorous depictions of everyday events only a former teacher could capture in print."