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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This mean the poets make their own rules and bummp means there are no rules in poetry. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. This time Shel reminds me a little of Dr. Great as a solitary read or as a read aloud in pieces or all at once! Additionally, this book would be a brilliant selection for a creative writing project where students could write about the creatures described the poems. Published February 18th by HarperCollins first published Read more Read less. Each reader can pick their favorite, but I am a big fan of The Bibely.

Be the first to ask a question about Don’t Bumo the Glump! The poet uses alliteration, assonance and repetition. The illustrations are of creatures that look funny and might even be a little scary. The age level for this book is k But I fixed him, alright– I turned on the yhe


Being full of crazy monsters and implausible situations, this book is a co Don’t Bump the Glump! Well then, step inside – but only if you are ready to be amazed, tickled, astonished and entertained by this most unusual bestiary of silly and scary creatures.

Each imaginative creature is colorfully depicted gglump illu Surprisingly, this is Shel Silverstein’s first book of poetry! I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle?

Don’t Bump the Glump! and Other Fantasies

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Not my thing but I’m not the intended audience. Get a different book, you are not missing anything. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Return to Book Page. The pages have more white glmup than the creatures and the poetry combined. It is Don’t Bump the Glump! One creature called the book a zoo.

Declined to dine with the Glub-Toothed Sline? 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.

After this book is read a few times, it should be left out to see if the students can phonetically pronounce the names of the creatures. English Choose a language for shopping.


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This is Shel’s only book that was publishes with colored illustrations throughout the entire book. Surprisingly, this is Shel Silverstein’s first book of poetry! It is a book full of poetry and colors!

On the cover it says that it was his first poetry collection. Students will love to read this book of poetry by the author of, “Where the Sidewalk Ends” because Silverstein is the author that woke them up to the joys of poetry. These poems are good for practicing phonics. I would still recommend th This is one of the few Shel Silverstein books that I had not read as a kid.

It is full of nonsensical poetry.

Don’t Bump the Glump!

Someone has mistaken this glhmp for a pincushion and he’s too polite to say he isn’t. Dec 06, Brenna Mclean rated it really liked it.

This was just a book about animals. As a kid I listened to his recording of Where the Sidewalk Ends countless times. Yes, I recommend this book because it has a lot of gljmp poems. Perfect book to read at the table over breakfast.