Senryu/Haiku, Kidlit

“The bigger the dog
The better and Clifford is
Biggest of them all”

“’Where the Wild Things
Are’: a classic example
Of quest narrative”

“Elizabeth may
Wear a paper bag but she
Can outsmart dragons”

“Harold’s Crayons make
Children want to unleash their
Imaginations”

“’Goodnight Moon’ is the
Undisputed monarch of
Children’s bedtime books”

“Everybody has
Terrible, horrible, no
Good, very bad days”

“’The Snowy Day’ is
A lovely, quiet classic
Anytime of year”

“Madeline: one of
The bravest little girls your
Kids will ever meet”

“Wouldn’t you rather
Just hang out and smell flowers
Instead of fighting?”

“A magic pasta
Pot is wonderful unless
You can’t make it stop”

“All the Seuss books are
Must reads for children and the
Creatures that love them”

“MacGregor has chased
Peter out of his garden
For one hundred years”

“A simple story
Of ducks enhanced by knockout
Drawings of Boston”

“If you want really
Snarky, sassy children, read
Them Stinky Cheese Man”

“Frog and Toad are the
Ultimate odd couple of
Children’s picture books”

“Before they watch the
Film, make sure you read Hugo
Cabret to your kids”

“Rat, Mole, Badger and
Toad in England’s countryside
Will never get old”

“The new superstar
On the cutting edge of Kid
Lit is Jon Klassen”

“The Little Prince is
Delightful to read to all
Kids of all ages”

“The Hundred Dresses
Includes an added bonus
Of curing mean girls”

“Mike’s Mary Anne: a
Semi-anthropomorphic
Lady steam shovel”

“Believe it or not
The Wizard of Oz book is
Better than the film”

“What’s a childhood
Without Pooh, Piglet, Tigger
Eeyore and Kanga?’

“Every one of Chris
Van Allsburg’s gorgeous books is
Worth reading aloud”

“Anything written
By Roald Dahl is brilliant
And a little bleak””

“I have a balloon.
Do you have a balloon? My
Balloon is red. POP!”

“Velveteen Rabbit
Will bring tears to the eyes of
The whole family”

“High school boys act like
Little monkeys who’ve read too
Much Curious George”

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