By Barry Louis Polisar
This witty, foolish, funny selection of a few of Barry Louis Polisar's best-loved music lyrics, observed by means of resourceful full-color drawings, brings to lifestyles the customarily comical truth of adolescence. full of pesky siblings, terrifying lecturers, and tormented babysitters who will not go back, let alone a number of monsters, a boy who has misplaced his pants, and a tender baby with a puppy named "Cat," the illustrated poetry will pride kids of every age in addition to their mom and dad.
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Some like the feel of cotton. I share this belief. Likewise I don't like boxer shorts, give me a pair of briefs. Some don't like to talk about it, that's because they're shy. People laugh at underwear, but I do not know why. " That's what my mom will say. " Underwear with lots of holes, is a sorry sight, Look around and try to see who's wearing their's too tight! Underwear is everywhere but mostly underneath. Usually you can't see what goes on beneath Ragged clothes, evening gowns or the finest three-piece suit.
He travels all over the United States giving concerts and author talks in schools and libraries. David Clark graduated with honors from the Philadelphia College of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. He has been working full time as an artist and illustrator since 1985 and has been working with Barry since 1988. David is a winner of the Rubin Award for Newspaper Illustration from the ational Cartoonist Society and has ilJustrated almost all of Barry's books including Peculiar Zoo, Snakes and the Boy Who Was Afraid afThem, and The Snake Who Was Afraid of People.
David is a winner of the Rubin Award for Newspaper Illustration from the ational Cartoonist Society and has ilJustrated almost all of Barry's books including Peculiar Zoo, Snakes and the Boy Who Was Afraid afThem, and The Snake Who Was Afraid of People. Pub~shed by Rainbow Morning Music 2UI Fairland Road Silver Spring, MD 20904 About Barry Louis Polisar "He's a one-man symphony of comic anarchy. At a time when vast numbers of our kids see school as endless drudgery, Polisar says otherwise. " -Booklist, American Library Association "His celebration of the realities of childhood are humorously voiced," -School Library Journal "Barry Louis Polisar is a clown, minstrel, first-class lunatic, and the best kind of hero: outrageous and irreverent, all under the license of being irrepressibly funny.