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Beastly Rhymes to Read After Dark

by Judy Sierra

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Summary: A collection of short poems that are meant to be shared at night. In this book of creepy crawly poems, kids will find a crocodile that lives in a lavatory. Leopard chefs, that feed the next door neighbor only to, eat her. Along with many more gruesome tails

Personal Reaction: I found that in these stories, kids kid's must use their thinking skills in order to understand what is happening in the story, they are very creative.

Extension Ideas: Have students write a spooky story for Halloween to share with the class. End each day reading over a story and give it a different ending. Help younger students figure out rhyming words and as a class make a short story poem, it can be silly or spooky.
  SusanSherwood | Apr 18, 2014 |
This is fun and the front cover is faux fur, white with green polka dots. The quality of the art in this particular book suites the title and the poems. This is meant to read after dark--* gobblins and goowies with scardy cat girlies. ( )
  ginarentz | Apr 16, 2012 |
The poem talk about many beast. Too scary for the little kid. This book fit for kids in 3rd grade and up. The art work look dark, many details to take a view. I don't like this book much the words for sme poem is out of mind. Kid read this will think is weird. ( )
  jasmine84 | Mar 7, 2010 |
New poems that are kid friendly, lower level of reading and terrific illustrations.
  tamilarson | Nov 1, 2008 |
The art is in a Nickelodeon TV style. The unique-ish part to the book in terms of art is the furry green cover. Not terribly thrilling.
  jadepumpsthejams | Oct 16, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0375837477, Hardcover)

DANGER! WARNING! KIDS beware! Bound in the bilious green-spotted fur (100% fake) of an unidentified weird beast, here is a book that kids will love—quite literally—from cover to cover. In the macabre spirit of the Halloween season, funny rhymes range from “Parasite Lost” to “Leap Halloween,” and are illustrated with gruesome graphics. Elementary school kids will want to be the first to own this outrageous fur-clad book, but librarians may prefer the standard library bound edition, minus the fur!

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:13:59 -0400)

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Enjoy these funny rhymes during Halloween that are illustrated with gruesome graphics.

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