"Like the humor, the simple line drawings accompanying each poem are vintage Silverstein—so, gip, don't sulp, and enjoy this unexpected lagniappe from one of the greats. (Poetry. 7-11)"
Described as "a work in progress for over twenty years," this posthumous gathering of new verses and line drawings plays too long on a single trope, but makes a real knee-slapper in small doses.
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