HUMOROUS POETRY FOR CHILDREN by William- Ed. Cole
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HUMOROUS POETRY FOR CHILDREN

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A fine anthology draws from the works of old and new poets and humorists for its all important element and makes a collection that is modern and up to date. The very expensive variety includes poems anonymously written- limericks and Little Willies for example, Dorothy Aldis, Hilaire Belloc and Gelett Burgess, E.E. Cummings' ""In Just Spring"", T.S. Eliot's ""The Naming of Cats"", Edward Lear's Incidents in the Life of Uncle Lewis Carroll, don marquis-- and the many others whose inclusion gives us good reasons to hope for the beginnings of appreciation as well as laughter.

Pub Date: May 16th, 1955
Publisher: World