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Where the Sidewalk Ends: The Poems and Drawings of Shel Silverstein Where The Sidewalk Ends Turns Forty Celebrate With This Anniversary Edition That Features An Eye Catching Commemorative Red Sticker This Classic Poetry Collection, Which Is Both Outrageously Funny And Profound, Has Been The Most Beloved Of Shel Silverstein S Poetry Books For GenerationsWhere The Sidewalk Ends, Shel Silverstein S World Begins There You Ll Meet A Boy Who Turns Into A TV Set And A Girl Who Eats A Whale The Unicorn And The Bloath Live There, And So Does Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Who Will Not Take The Garbage Out It Is A Place Where You Wash Your Shadow And Plant Diamond Gardens, A Place Where Shoes Fly, Sisters Are Auctioned Off, And Crocodiles Go To The DentistShel Silverstein S Masterful Collection Of Poems And Drawings Is One Of Parent Child Magazine S Greatest Books For Kids School Library Journal Said, Silverstein Has An Excellent Sense Of Rhythm And Rhyme And A Good Ear For Alliteration And Assonance That Make These Poems A Pleasure To Read Aloud Shel Silverstein S Incomparable Career As A Children S Book Author And Illustrator Began With Lafcadio, The Lion Who Shot Back In , Shel S Creativity Continued To Flourish As Four Books Were Published In The Same Year Don T Bump The Glump , A Giraffe And A Half, Who Wants A Cheap Rhinoceros , And The Beloved Classic The Giving Tree Later He Continued To Build His Remarkable Body Of Work With Where The Sidewalk Ends, A Light In The Attic, Falling Up, Every Thing On It, The Missing Piece, The Missing Piece Meets The Big O, And Runny Babbit


About the Author: Shel Silverstein

Shel Silverstein was the author artist of many beloved books of prose and poetry He was a cartoonist, playwright, poet, performer, recording artist, and Grammy winning, Oscar nominated songwriter.



10 thoughts on “Where the Sidewalk Ends: The Poems and Drawings of Shel Silverstein

  1. says:

    His parents did well naming him Shel.He never did care to conform.What would compel a guy to rebelIf everyone knew him as Norm


  2. says:

    I will not play at tug o war.I d rather play at hug o war,Where everyone hugsInstead of tugs,Where everyone gigglesAnd rolls on the rug,Where everyone kisses,And everyone grins,And everyone cuddles,And everyone wins.


  3. says:

    Book Review 4 of 5 stars to Where the Sidewalk Ends, a collection of poetry published in 1974 by Shel Silverstein What a wonderful book to read with children at any age that is, both any age for the reader and the children I first read this book when I was about 10 years old, and then again in college From the brilliant characters to the alliteration and rhyme, to the memorable lin


  4. says:

    I found a beautiful 40th anniversary edition of this at Costco and just had to pick it up SUCH A GREAT BOOK THROWBACK TO CHILDHOOD WADDUP


  5. says:

    Where the Sidewalk Ends The Poems and Drawings of Shel Silverstein, Shel Silverstein Where the Sidewalk Ends is a 1974 children s poetry collection written and illustrated by Shel Silverstein It was published by Harper and Row Publishers The book s poems address many common childhood concerns and also present purely fanciful stories Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named t


  6. says:

    There s a polar bear in the fridgedare he likes it cuz its cold in there I wrote a report on this in the 6th grade and I still remember that by heart That was the year I got braces and Chris N butted in line when we were coming in from recess and I grabbed his arm and said No Butting and he turned around and punched me in the face The braces smashed into my lip and it bled so bad I went to the bathroom with a


  7. says:

    This collection of children s poems from Shel Silverstein is a real treat Each of the creatures and characters is fascinating and never overly moralistically drawn There are lots of laughs here both my kids adored these poems and were sad when I turned the last page More they cried.


  8. says:

    Every child eventually discovers the perverted old man who wrote songs for Johnny Cash, did illustrations for Playboy, appeared on the Dr Demento show numerous times, and managed to get a few books published along the way For some reason, parents never seem to think this creepy old guy who was so fond of children was in any way disturbing, something I m continually impressed with in the ban now, ask questions late


  9. says:

    I am crap at reciting from books Sure, I know your super famous opening lines and popular misquotations, but I don t really, like, pause in my reading to note a particularly nice turn of phrase so I can commit it to memory.Which is odd, because I have always had a pretty good memory for the spoken word and, especially, lyrics When I was little, my parents found this most amusing They would hear me playing in my bedroom, singin


  10. says:

    Look O Look I see a book A book that gleamsA book that screams Delightful thingsBy Shel SilversteinPoems and drawingsThat are not boringThey speak to me Like a tapestryOf childhood joysFor girls and boys Not just for kidsAdults will digThe funny rhymesof forgotten timesWhen they were youngAnd life was funSo turn the page Forget your age When the book ends You can start againAnd follow the bendWhere the sidewalk ends


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