Yuck, You Suck!

Poems about Animals That Sip, Slurp, Suck

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Pub Date 04 Oct 2022 | Archive Date 31 Oct 2022
Lerner Publishing Group, Millbrook Press ™

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Description

Warning: this book sucks! It bites, slurps, and sticks too.

Dare to open these pages and you'll find ticks, mosquitos, stingrays, elephants, jellyfish, and the particularly sucky lamprey. Sixteen slurpy poems from Jane Yolen and Heidi E.Y. Stemple introduce a suction-filled selection of animals, and spectacularly sticky illustrations from Eugenia Nobati spotlight these stupendous suckers.
Ready to find out more? Prepare to get sucked in and read on . . .

Warning: this book sucks! It bites, slurps, and sticks too.

Dare to open these pages and you'll find ticks, mosquitos, stingrays, elephants, jellyfish, and the particularly sucky lamprey. Sixteen...


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This book has such a unique concept! There are so many creatures that "suck" that I didn't even know about until reading this book. The illustrations are gorgeous and the poems are so much fun to read. This is definitely a great addition to a classroom/ school library.

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Fabulous high interest poetry for mid-to-upper elementary. Loved how Yolen chose such topics to grab student attention. Poetic devises abound. Great example of one way to classify and group topics….the boys (especially) in my classes the past few years would have jumped on this bandwagon for sure!

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