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About ten stanzas long, this tale is only a part of the page long book of poems for young readers. The silly and quirky stories use different types of poetic structures to show different themes- from deep messages about telling the truth to respecting grownups.

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The real life type themes are twisted with a mix of humor, these aspects combined appealing to kids who can relate to the messages. The lack of color and detailed illustration is made up by the witty and unique use of words. As they read, the children can pick up on the poetic style and may feel inspired to write their own poems. Kudos to Shel Silverstein, the author of Falling Up, for giving children an uplifting and relatable inspiration to become a poet themselves. Oct 25, chrissy rated it really liked it.

I just found them very enjoyable to read, some made me crack a smile and a little laugh at times. This was a very fun book for me to read. I appreciate the way that Silverstein approaches the poems and crafts them together. The illustrations throughout are also cute. I love the hand-drawn look of them. Oct 09, Samantha rated it it was amazing. Loved the poems as a child and still do!!! Ickle me, pickle me, tickle me too ent for a ride in a flying shoe, hooray what fun, its time we flew, cried Ickle me Pickle me Tickle me too, Ickle was captain Pickle was crew Tickle serves cofee and mulligan stew and higher and higher and higher they flew, Ickle me Pickle me Tickle me too.

Ickle me Pickle me Tickle me too, Never returned to the world they knew, and no one knows what happened to, dear Ickle me, Pickle me Tickle me too,. XD i have no idea why, maybe its the idea of a flying shoe Shelves: childrens , nonfiction , monsters , poetry-song-music , rhyming , gardens-flowers , ocean-seashore , other-usa , I received Where the Sidewalk Ends and A Light in the Attic as presents as a child and they are still treasured possessions.

We've read them together and our girls love the poems, especially our youngest. So for her birthday this year, I bought her this book. I think I read it years ago, but since I didn't own it, I don't know the poems nearly as well. Our youngest only 'allows' us to read a couple of poems together each night, so it took us quite a long time to finish this book. It was just as I received Where the Sidewalk Ends and A Light in the Attic as presents as a child and they are still treasured possessions.

It was just as enjoyable as the other books and we all looked forward to reading a couple of poems each night. View all 3 comments. Jul 21, Dominick rated it really liked it Shelves: illustrated , poetry , children-s-lit , humour. This is an amusing if not quite classic set of poems for children. Some are fairly conventional offering relatively common and unexceptionable didacticism, but others definitely play into children's appreciation for the macabre, the cheeky, and the transgressive.

There's rather more death and dismemberment than you might expect in work aimed at fairly young readers, but Silverstein knows that kids love to be repelled, grossed out, and scared, within certain limits, and he does not shy away from This is an amusing if not quite classic set of poems for children. There's rather more death and dismemberment than you might expect in work aimed at fairly young readers, but Silverstein knows that kids love to be repelled, grossed out, and scared, within certain limits, and he does not shy away from appealing to kids' interest in the darker side.

The whole thing is aided immeasurably by Silverstein's vivid, clearly-etched illustrations.

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Apr 15, Alyssa Davila rated it it was amazing. Jan 26, Sheena rated it it was amazing. Great book. Really fun to read outloud to my children. I find it more fun to read as an adult than it was as a child. Just brilliant.

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Favorite poem. Tell me pg. This book is as close to perfection as can be. And that's the truth. The reason I didn't like this book very much was because her poems don't have any deep meaning to them. It annoys me how Shel Silverstein tries to be funny but isn't. One good thing about this book is how creative the poems are. Aug 17, Lorryn Woodward rated it liked it Shelves: read , children-middle-grade , classic , poetry-and-plays. I read this years ago when I was younger but I do think I need to read them again. I want to read them to the kids but the stack of books to read them is already out of control and only one actually stays listening They are so cute and I remembered a few once I read them again.

Where the Sidewalk Ends will always be my favorite of the two. Apr 29, Darion Williams rated it it was amazing. This book was also just a mixture of a lot of poems in one book and they were all cool. I liked this book because it was really really funny and some of them were super weird. I would recommend this book to [eople who like poems that are funny and weird. Feb 05, Book Him Danno rated it really liked it. I love his books, the flow of the poems and the way he captures little snippets of real life is amazing. I think Shel is extrememly gifted. Everyone of his books is up there in my list of favorites.

Feb 05, david rated it really liked it. Aug 03, Morgan Ashley marked it as to-read. I need to read this all the way through. Jul 28, Laura Jean rated it it was amazing Shelves: poetry , , humor , classics. I have owned this book for over 20 years and I don't think I've ever sat down and read the entire thing through. It's such a fun and lovely book. I found myself laughing aloud a couple of times.

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It's fun and irreverent and much deeper at times than one might suppose. Nov 19, SarahC rated it it was amazing. I read this book of children's poetry cover to cover as a child. It was a favorite of mine and my father's. The poems in this collection by Shel Silverstein are witty, interesting, and not exactly something you would share with your grandmother some of the jokes are kind of "adult" humor.

The first poem I ever memorized was "The Gardener" from this book. I recited it in front of my entire second grade class. Look it up in the book and you'll know why my parents got a call home about that incid I read this book of children's poetry cover to cover as a child. Look it up in the book and you'll know why my parents got a call home about that incident! Dec 06, Patrick rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites.

In the 2nd grade my teacher would read a few poems from Falling Up and I just loved it and whenever my mom took me to Waldenbooks I had asked her to buy the book. I only read a few poems on my own then over the years I had moved from house to house and thought I lost my copy. Luckily I recently found it and decided to read from cover the cover and so many memories came back to me. It's definitely an enjoyable read and has a special place in my heart. May 02, Lauren added it Shelves: poems. Lauren Fariss: This fun collection of poems, written by Shel Silverstein, is sure to bring laughter and listening ears from middle school students.

The poems are easy to understand and often silly in nature. After reading some examples from this text, students could be asked to reflect on "memory minutes" 59 and then use the information they brainstormed to create a memory poem Gallagher 59 , focusing on information gathered through the five senses. Having students share their "memory minutes" Lauren Fariss: This fun collection of poems, written by Shel Silverstein, is sure to bring laughter and listening ears from middle school students.

Having students share their "memory minutes" and final memory poems with the class is a great way for students to learn more about each other and to also reflect on those important memories that help shape their own unique identities. Feb 06, Brittany rated it really liked it Shelves: children.

It helped me to remember all of the reasons that I loved it in the first place. All of the poems are so clever, quirky, and funny. There were a few poems scattered throughout the book that had me in stitches. Falling Up is not only a fun read but a quick one that can be enjoyed no matter what age you are. I don't think that I will ever stop enjoying Shel Silverstein's work. He is a master of cute, funny poems! Readers also enjoyed. Young Adult. About Shel Silverstein. Shel Silverstein. Shel Silverstein was the author-artist of many beloved books of prose and poetry.

He was a cartoonist, playwright, poet, performer, recording artist, and Grammy-winning, Oscar-nominated songwriter. Books by Shel Silverstein. Trivia About Falling Up. Quotes from Falling Up. Why try to make me like you? Why are you hurt when I don't cuddle? Why do you sigh when I splash through a puddle? Why do you scream when I do what I did? Im a kid. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Around the Year i Although we've done our best to budget, prices vary and change, especially over the course of 6 months our tentative timeline.

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