Runny Babbit Returns by Shel Silverstein

Runny Babbit Returns

Runny Babbit, the lovable star of Shel Silverstein’s New York Times bestselling poetry book, is back! Runny Babbit Returns, a collection of 41 never-before-published poems and drawings, features Runny and other woodland characters who speak a topsy-turvy language all their own.This carefully compiled work from the Silverstein archives is filled with spoonerism poems that are both playful and poignant. With tongue-twisting word play and uproario...


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TitleRunny Babbit Returns
ISBN9780062479396
Author
Release DateSep 19th, 2017
PublisherHarperCollins
LanguageEnglish
GenrePoetry, Childrens, Fiction, Humor, Middle Grade, Fantasy
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Reviews Runny Babbit Returns

  • Calista
    1970-01-01
    You have to stay sharp to be able to read the little twists of words and not lose what it's saying. It's a fun little book, much like the first Runny Babbit. These are poems previously unpublished by Shel and they have made a new volume. They are funny and there were quite a few laughs to be had from the funny sounding words. It's a tongue twister as well to say them out loud when I'm not used to some of these words on my tongue. Runny Babbit is ...
  • Kate
    1970-01-01
    The usual Silverstein magic! Perfect for reading aloud to torable adots or your friends. ;)
  • Leslie
    1970-01-01
    I love Shel! Don't concentrate too hard on the mixed up words. Lol.
  • Earl
    1970-01-01
    It's always nice to have more Shel Silverstein. These were discovered unpublished poems. Maybe because I read this quickly, I didn't like it as much as I remembered liking the first book which at least had a sort of consistent logic to it which this one lacked. Still, it'll be a great addition to any Shel Silverstein library.
  • Pam
    1970-01-01
    Another delightful poetry adventure from the master.
  • Nancy
    1970-01-01
    This is hilarious. Great for practicing phonological awareness for teachers and kids. "Runny rode the Wherris Feel, and then the cumper bars, and then the charapute, and then the stooting shar."