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(poem by Emily Dickinson) (1), Winter Clothes (poem by Karla Kuskin) (1), Surprises (poem by Jean Conder Soule) (1), Don't Tell Me That I Talk Too Much! (poem by Arnold Spilka) (1), Growing Up (poem by Harry Behn) (1), Ruth Krauss (1), Song (poem by Ruth Krauss) (1), Harry Behn (1), The Marrog (poem R.C. Scriven) (1), Stupid Old Myself (poem by Russell Hoban) (1), Everybody Says (poem by Dorothy Aldis) (1), R.C. Scriven (1), Rhinos Purple--Hippos Green (poem by Michael Patrick Hearn) (1), Michael Patrick Hearn (1), Bringing Up Babies (poem by Roy Fuller) (1), The First Tooth (poem by Charles & Mary Lamb) (1), Some Things Don't Make Any Sense at All (poem by Judith Viorst) (1), Six Weeks Old (poem by Christopher Morley) (1), Christopher Morley (1), My Brother (poem by Marci Ridlon) (1), Lil' Bro' (poem by Karama Fufuka) (1), Help! (poem by X.J. Kennedy) (1), I Wish I Could Meet the Man That Knows (poem by John Ciardi) (1), Amelia Mixed the Mustard (poem by A.E. Housman) (1), The Wrong Start (poem by Marchette Chute) (1), Valine Hobbs (1), One Day When We Went Walking (poem by Valine Hobbs) (1), Mother's Nerves (poem by X.J. Kennedy) (1), John (poem by N.M. Bodecker) (1), Motehr Doesn't Want a Dog (poem by Judith Viorst) (1), Walking (poem by Lilian Moore) (1), Karama Fufuka (1), Basketball Star (poem by Karama Fufuka) (1), My Name Is . . . (poem by Pauline Clarke) (1), What in the World? (poem by Eve Merriam) (1), A Lullaby (poem by Lewis Carroll) (1), Pauline Clarke (1), Me (poem by Walter de la Mare) (1), Me (poem by Karla Kuskin) (1), I Am Rose (poem by Gertrude Stein) (1), My Father Owns the Butcher Shop (poem) (1), Since Hanna Moved Away (poem by Judith Viorst) (1), Natalie Anne Covell (1), Wrestling (poem by Kathleen Fraser) (1), maggie and milly and molly and may (poem by e.e. cummings) (1), We're Racing--Racing down the Walk (poem by Phyllis McGinley) (1), Measles (poem by Kaye Starbird) (1), Barbershop (poem by Martin Gardner) (1), Stacy Jo Crossen (1), Wiggly Giggles (poem by Stacy Jo Crossen and Natalie Anne Covell) (1), Martin Gardner (1), Every Time I Climb a Tree (poem by David McCord) (1), The Reason I Like Chocolate (poem by Nikki Giovanni) (1), Laurence Alma-Tadema (1), If No One Ever Marries Me (poem by Laurence Alma-Tadema) (1), Sulk (poem by Felice Holman) (1), Broom Balancing (poem by Kathleen Fraser) (1), About Feet (poem by Margaret Hillert) (1), basketball (poem by Nikki Giovanni) (1), I Can Fly (poem by Felice Holman) (1), On the Skateboard (poem by Lillian Morrison) (1), A Wolf . . . 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Rieu) (1), Thomas Cahill (1), dates: 1000 to 1399 (1), Little Bits of Soft-Boiled Egg (poem by Fay Maschler) (1), William Wise (1), My Little Sister (poem by William Wise) (1), Fay Maschler (1), Chocolate--Chocolate (poem by Arnold Adoff) (1), I Eat My Peas with Honey (poem) (1), Spike Milligan (1), A Thousand Hairy Savages (poem by Spike Milligan) (1), Some People (poem by Rachel Field) (1), People (poem by Charlotte Zolotow) (1), Leroy F. Jackson (1), Grandpa Dropped His Glasses (poem by Leroy F. Jackson) (1), Rose Henderson (1), Manners (poem by Mariana Griswold Van Rensselaer) (1), Mariana Griswold Van Rensselaer (1), Godmother (poem by Phyllis B. Morden) (1), Miss Norma Jean Pugh (poem by Mary O'Neill) (1), Uncle (poem by Harry Graham) (1), Growing Old (poem by Rose Henderson) (1), Harry Graham (1), Smart (poem by Shel Silverstein) (1), Daddy Fell into the Pond (poem by Alfred Noyes) (1), Routine (poem by Arthur Guiterman) (1), One Misty--Moisty Morning (poem) (1), Thoughts on Talkers (poem by Walter R. Brooks) (1), Grandpapa (poem by Harry Graham) (1), My Brother Bert (poem by Ted Hughes) (1), Patience (poem by Bobbi Katz) (1), Chocolate Cake (poem by Nina Payne) (1), Homework (poem by Russell Hoban) (1), Homework (poem by Jane Yolen) (1), Nancy Dingman Watson (1), Hot Line (poem by Louella Dunann) (1), Louella Dunann (1), The Winning of the TV West (poem by John T. Alexander) (1), Michael Rosen (1), I'm Alone in the Evening (poem by Michael Rosen) (1), Up in the Pine (poem by Nancy Dingman Watson) (1), Going Up (poem by John Travers Moore) (1), Rules (poem by Karla Kuskin) (1), In the Motel (poem by X.J. Kennedy) (1), Let Others Share (poem by Edward Anthony) (1), The Runaway (poem by Bobbi Katz) (1), Soap (poem by Martin Gardner) (1), They're Calling (poem by Felice Holman) (1), dates: 1714 to 1997 (1), John T. Alexander (1), The Middle of the Night (poem by Karla Kuskin) (1), Mummy Slept Late and Daddy Fixed Breakfa