A Stick Is An Excellent Thing
Poems Celebrating Outdoor PlayBook - 2012
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In spite of its A Hole Is to Dig type title, the book is more about the worlds kids create when they get together. In eighteen poems we see eighteen different ways to play. From mud soup to collecting fireflies, from swinging to plain old everyday sticks, these poems take a great thrill in showing kids at their best. Which is to say, having fun. Accompanying each poem are illustrations by LeUyen Pham. Where Singer creates the framework, Pham creates the world. Her kids exist in that bubble where adults are on the periphery, present when you need them, invisible when you don’t. Through her art you not only get a sense of the game, you find it near impossible not to want to jump in and join.
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