my doggie don’t wear glasses so they’re lying when they say a dog looks like its owner aren’t they
John Hegley’s doggie may not wear glasses, but then, she is a carrot. Enter this celebrated poet’s weird, witty, and bespectacled world and meet the organic leek who has learned how to speak, the octopus who gets a nasty shocktopus, the boy who pretends his TV is a little dog, and a whole cast of other interesting characters. Surprising, serious, and sometimes just plain strange, this is a collection of poems even your dog will love.
|Edition description:||1ST US|
|Product dimensions:||5.63(w) x 8.13(h) x 0.43(d)|
|Age Range:||6 Years|
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My Dog is a Carrot contains a collection of poems by John Hegley. Many of them relate to the author¿s desire to have a pet dog, but there are others on different topics. Hedgley adds surprising twists and random ideas to his poems making them entertaining and funny. The author also uses colors, images and word placement to draw attention, create rhythm and add humor to each poem. My Dog is a Carrot is an excellent collection of poems for young children; though, it would be appealing for any age.