A companion to Kids Say the Darndest Things (1956-Prentice-Hall), this adds to the earlier research of H. Allen Smith (Write...

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KIDS SURE RITE FUNNY!

A companion to Kids Say the Darndest Things (1956-Prentice-Hall), this adds to the earlier research of H. Allen Smith (Write Me a Poem, Baby (1956) and Don't Get Perconel with a Chicken (1959) and the 'way back Boners. This collection comes from examination papers -- always good for a bumper crop -- and reflects the response of youthful minds to learning. Confusion reigns all the way from English to geography and geology, health and arithmetic, history (of all lands and periods) and money, chemistry and science, nature and astronomy, etc., etc. Here you can find a rouge elephant, Adams in molecules, whats in the bulb, a Nebulus Theory that is hazy and Jason with his golden fleas ...and many, many more excursions into worlds that never were.

Pub Date: Nov. 21, 1962

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Publisher: Bernard Geis-distr. by Random House

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1962