If I Had a Million Onions

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Tradewind Books, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 63 pages
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This new collection of Sheree Fitch's poetry tickles the funnybones of children, teachers and parents everywhere. The illustrations perfectly enhance an atmosphere of frivolity, helping to make this an exciting book.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A delight from first line to last, these 25 poems—each featuring small, whimsical colored-pencil sketches from a Colombian illustrator—take on topics from the simple joys of riding a bumper car, the ... Read full review

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The Onion poem was awesome. However, this is not a full view title! where are the other poems?

About the author (2005)

Sheree Fitch is an educator, literary activist and author of poetry, picture books, nonfiction, plays, and novels for all ages. Sheree currently lives in Washington DC. She is originally from Nova Scotia, and one day plans to return to Canada.

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