THERE IS NO RHYME FOR SILVER by Eve Merriam
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THERE IS NO RHYME FOR SILVER

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The acid test for poetry designed for small listeners is how quickly it lends itself to rereading and memorizing. This collection of small poems affords many examples that children will claims as their own. They will love the use of words, made-up as well as real, appealing in form and sound, varied in rhythmic use. They will find quick recognition in concepts and images and associations: -- city and country, travel and stay-at-home, fun and games and imaginative flights, laughter -- all this and more.

Pub Date: Aug. 17th, 1962
Publisher: Atheneum