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Hardcover A Light in the Attic Book

ISBN: 059013471X

ISBN13: 9780590134712

A Light in the Attic

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This description may be from another edition of this product. A Light in the Attic, 1981, poems & drawings by Shel Silverstein. Hardcover with dust jacket, 167 pages, published by HarperCollins.

Customer Reviews

8 ratings

Takes me back when I was a kid

I used to absolutely love this book when I was young and now I read it to my kid and he laughs and laughs!! Great fun book that you and your child will enjoy together!! Highly recommend !

Wasn’t quite what I expected

Full of silly poems that may keep your child reading it. Mine lost interest pretty quickly.

Love this book!!

Some of these poems are much deeper then I realized as a kid. A great addition to my collection

A Light in the Attic

I bought this book for my granddaughter. It is a classic book to own and a good introduction to poetry. I read this book to my own boys and they loved it. It is a great book that stays with you . My granddaughter loves this book.

Awesome book.!

This book is great for all ages, My 8 year old got it from Santa and Loves it! Would love to have received it as a baby gift! Book Great for all ages.

book/poetry

Shel Siverstein is the best! Great for boys and girls 7-13, even adults! Introduces 'kids' of all ages to fun poetry.

Where does the sidewalk end? In the attic.

If you don't remember these rhymes from your childhood, then it's about time you visited the attic, "A Light in the Attic," that is. Silverstein combines humorous sketches, whimsical poetry and fanciful word play in another amusing collection. "Where the Sidewalk Ends" will always be my favorite, but poems like "Spelling Bee," "Deaf Donald," "Nobody" and "Little Abigail and the Beautiful Pony" definately make "A Light in the Attic" a close runner-up.If you know Silverstein's work, then you are familiar with his simple rhyming style. His flair for combining drawings and words make for a book that's much more than just a collection of poetry. His poems are an experience that would be diminished without the visual aspect.Silverstein's collections are great for all ages. I read them as a kid, but I enjoy them just as much now. Silverstein has the soul of a child, but the wit of a sage."The saddest thing I ever did seeWas a woodpecker peckin' at a plastic tree.He looks at me, and 'Friend,' says he,'Things ain't as sweet as they used to be.'"-Shel Silverstein page 83

The best book of all times, exiting and very funny.

This poem book is the best yet, I have never read any poems as funny as the ones Shel Silverstein writes."A Light in the Attic" is a book for people of all ages.The whole class of seventh graders enjoyed it.We were laughing our heads out when we heard the poem,"Standing is Stupid".I recomend this book to anyone who is having a bad day and wants a moment of happiness!

A Light in the Attic Mentions in Our Blog

A Light in the Attic in In Honor of Banned Books Week, Let's Ban Banning Books Once and for All
In Honor of Banned Books Week, Let's Ban Banning Books Once and for All
Published by Beth Clark • September 24, 2018

Okay, maybe we can’t eliminate censorship (yet...#goals), but we can celebrate Banned Books Week with gusto by reading all of the stories that someone (or someones) tried to silence, destroy, or restrict access to. Here are 50 of the most frequently banned and/or most recently challenged books, along with the "who, why, and how" of literary censorship in America.

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