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It's Raining Pigs & Noodles (Paperback)
It's raining pigs and noodles, it's pouring frogs and hats, chrysanthemums and poodles, bananas, brooms, and cats.Assorted prunes and parrotsare dropping from the sky, here comes a bunch of carrots, some hippopotami.
The master of mischievous rhyme, Jack Prelutsky, and his partner in crime, James Stevenson, have whipped up a storm of more than one hundred hilarious poems and zany drawings. Grab your umbrella and make sure it's a big one
About the Author
Jack Prelutsky is the best-selling author of more than fifty books of poetry, including The New Kid on the Block, illustrated by James Stevenson, and Stardines Swim High Across the Sky, illustrated by Carin Berger. Jack Prelutsky lives in Washington State.
James Stevenson is the creator of many acclaimed books for children and is a cartoonist for "The New Yorker," He lives in Cos Cob, Connecticut.
“The reigning czars of silliness are back on the warpath, wreaking poetic havoc with yet another deliciously sly volume. Hats off to these two glorious goofballs!”
-Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“Sure to tickle readers young and old.”
-The Horn Book
“The verse is fresh and catchy with sparkling wordplay and unexpected rhymes, and line drawings the humor with verve.”
-School Library Journal
“Unabated chaos that celebrates imagination.”