Don’t Bump the Glump! and Other Fantasies has ratings and reviews. Jeanette said: This is Shel Silverstein’s very first poetry collection. The. Shel Silverstein combined his unique imagination and bold brand of humor for his first poetry collection—the only one he illustrated in full color. Don’t Bump The . Don’t Bump the Glump!: and Other Fantasies is the title of a children’s book by Shel Silverstein. His first book of verse, it was originally published in by.

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It’s a zoo in here! Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. They are fun to read aloud, though. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Feb 22, DyolF Dixon rated it really liked it Shelves: There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Shel Silverstein was the author-artist of many beloved books of prose and poetry.

Jun 18, Katie Johnson rated it liked it. There is one creature in color with a poem on each page. This is a Shel Silverstein I hadn’t read. Showing of 6 reviews.

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But I fixed him, alright– I turned on the light! This was bought to add to my family’s collection.

Don’t Bump the Glump! and Other Fantasies

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Although there are different poems in the stroy they all have a connnection, they are all made up and they all have a differe Dont Bump the Glump! He creates his animals and has a short poem describing each of them. Mar 25, Roanna Tue rated it it was amazing.

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Great as a solitary read or as a read aloud in pieces or all at once! It was originally published in in the same year as “The Giving Tree,” and it was re-released decades later. Oh how I wish Shel Silverstein and Dr. We’ve been caught by a Quick-Digesting Gink And now we are dodging his teeth And now we’re restin’ In his small intestine, And now we’re back out on the street Read more Read less.

Strange, humorous poems, the author’s first published book of poetry. Children may like this book because of the stories and pictures of nonsense characters.

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. He helps readers have fun and ylump go of their worries. I can see a few flashes of his future brilliance here, but most of the poems just seem silly. The poems and artwork may seem a bit primitive if you’ve been dazzled by his later work, but it was a good start. I liked it, my favorite poem was maine.

Poems about made up creatures, most accompanied by a watercolor illustration. All of poems feature various creatures and plenty of rhymes. See all 6 reviews. It would be great to use when working on alliteration, assonance and repetition. It is directed for children and contains his usual silly, imaginary situations that kids enjoy reading.


I think this book would be useful in k-4 classrooms. Not my thing but I’m not the intended audience. Shel Silverstein introduced a new way to view poetry, through this book he sends out a message, he is diplaying that poetry had no rules and it can read, written, and displayed in many different ways.

Customers who bought this item also bought. Jun 16, Andria Davis rated it liked it. He has flawless rhymes – unless he wants to play with them and break them, and then it works because he knows the rules so well. If one hadn’t already guessed that the author was not a Christian, I think the following poem would be a dead giveaway.

This is Shel Silverstein’s first poetry collection. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Even though that is completely unusual for Shel, it is still a fun read with so many humorous poems that force people to use their imaginations for these bizarre situations. The creativity contained in this book is beautiful.

Please try again later. If you were using this as a unit study, an activity that would go along nicely would be the ‘find a shape’ in water color splashes.

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