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Alligator Pie and Other Poems

  • Hardcover
  • Dennis Lee, Juan Wijngaard
  • Illustrated by Frank Newfeld, David McPhail

AGES 0+

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Three classic Dennis Lee titles in one beautiful book This giftable and shareable volume brings together three of Dennis Lee's best-loved collections of poetry—Alligator Pie, Jelly Belly and The Ice Cream Store—spanning three decades of his warm and whimsical rhymes. “You can almost hear the skipping rope slapping the sidewalk,” wrote Margaret Laurence of Dennis Lee's timeless poetry collection Alligator Pie. One of the first published illustrated books about Canadian children, and featuring Frank Newfeld's instantly recognizable original illustrations, Alligator Pie has sold more than half a million copies since its publication in 1974. Originally published in 1983, Jelly Belly tickles readers with a mix of humour and traditional Mother Goose charm. The vivid illustrations by Juan Wijngaard (winner of the 1981 Mother Goose Award) reveal wonders as readers follow the characters throughout the book and stumble upon new and fascinating visual treasures. In the kid-pleasing collection The Ice Cream Store, originally published in 1991, Dennis Lee delves into the special and imaginative world of children. David McPhail's gorgeous and appealing watercolour paintings of children and animals portray both the familiar and the fantastic, extending the meaning of the poems and providing a colourful feast for the eye.

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Title: Alligator Pie and Other Poems

ISBN: 9781443411691

Mastermind number: 219432

Shipping weight (lbs): 1.81

Package dimensions (inches): 10 x 7.38 x

Author: Dennis Lee, Juan Wijngaard

Illustrator: Frank Newfeld, David McPhail

Format: Hardcover

Publisher: HarperCollins

Pages: 192

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