When the Teacher Isn't Looking: And Other Funny School Poems
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DescriptionStudents and teachers will roar as Kenn Nesbitt pokes fun at silly school topics with dozens of wacky poems. Who knew school lunches and detention could be so funny? Kenn Nesbitt, that's who! Do you attend a school like the one Kenn Nesbitt describes in this hysterically funny collection of poems? There's a frenzied food fight in the cafeteria. For show-and-tell, kids burp the ABCs. Recently, "pet days" have been banned (and for good reason). And the funniest things happen when the teacher isn't looking. Kids and teachers rate these rhymes A+ (and you will, too).
Running Press Adult
June 01, 2010
5.9 X 0.3 X 7.6 inches | 0.2 pounds
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About the Author
Kenn Nesbitt wrote his first children's poem, "Scrawny, Tawny Skinner," in 1994, inspired by having dinner with a friend whose four-year-old daughter did everything she could to get out of eating her dinner! Since then, Kenn has written five books of humorous children's poetry. His poems have been included in many anthologies of humorous children's poetry, including If Kids Ruled the School and No More Homework! No More Tests!, on audio CDs and in textbooks. His poems have also been featured on the TV show Jack Hanna's Wildlife Adventures on The Family Channel. His website Poetry4kids.com is the number 2 website for children's poetry. Kenn lives in Spokane, WA with his wife and two children.