Dutch Sneakers and Flea Keepers: 14 More Stories

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Houghton Mifflin, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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In the tradition of Edward Lear, Calef Brown has fashioned fourteen nonsense poems so wacky that both young and old will be unable to suppress their laughter. Invented words and sounds and their visual counterparts create both an audible and a visual feast. This is the kind of silliness children (and many adults) relish.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

More postmodern free association from the author of Polkabats and Octopus Slacks (not reviewed). Brown listens in on a "Moon Reunion" (" ‘How's that new orbit?' / ‘Your craters look great!' / ‘Haven't ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Calef Brown began his career as a tour guide at an early age, when he discovered the simple joy of pointing things out. He is also an artist, writer, and frequently a blue elephant. Mr. Brown's illustrations have appeared in many magazines and newspapers, and his paintings have been exhibited in N.Y., L.A., S.F., and other places without fancy initials, like Osaka and Rome. He lives in Maine.

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