|Author:||J.otto Seibold,Richard Wilbur|
|Subcategory:||Education & Reference|
|Publisher:||Harcourt Children's Books; First Edition edition (October 1, 2000)|
|Category:||Teens and Young Adults|
|Other formats:||rtf mobi lrf txt|
Richard Wilbur and J. Otto Seibold have come together and collaborated on a very special, one-of-a-kind book of poetry. The perfect gift for kids 3 to 93, The Pig in the Spigot is a charming, amusing collection the whole family will enjoy. 16 people found this helpful.
Richard Wilbur and J. As it says on the book jacket flap, "Richard Wilbur's been playing with his words again!" Where else will you find a sob in disobey, a bug in a bugle or an ant in the pantry? These unique poems, containing words within words are silly, witty and most of all, fun to read.
A PIG in a spigot? An AX in a taxi? An ELF in a belfry? Richar. J. Otto Seibold's computer-generated cartoon art picks up the outlandish connections and runs with them; in From Booklist Gr. 3-5. "If you're fond of road-blocks, this one can't be beat: A big tree in the middle of the street. In this picture book for older children, poet Wilbur once again has fun with rhymes, puns, and wordplay, this time discovering short words within longer ones and the funny fit they make: boo and OK are both in book; sea is in nausea; no location is catless, and so on.
The Pig in the Spigot. Author:Wilbur, Richard. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. All of our paper waste is recycled and turned into corrugated cardboard. Pre-owned: lowest price.
Richard Wilbur, Otto J. Seibold. A PIG in a spigot? An AX in a taxi? An ELF in a belfry? It can mean only one thing. Richard Wilbur has been playing with his words again!
Richard Wilbur, Otto J. Richard Wilbur has been playing with his words again! Aided and abetted by illustrator . tto Seibold, Richard Wilbur reveals that words must be used carefully-because you never know what you'll find in them! show more.
com User, November 26, 2000. Richard Wilbur and J. As it says on the book jacket flap, "Richard Wilbur's been playing with his words again!"
Richard Wilbur has been playing with his words again! Aided and abetted by illustrator . tto Seibold, he. .Sufficient water pressure will, I think, Oblige the pig to flow into the sink.
Sufficient water pressure will, I think, Oblige the pig to flow into the sink. Otto Seibold, cocreator of the Mr. Lunch books and Olive, the Other Reindeer, has just as good a time as Wilbur in this playful, poetic picture book. His depiction of a moth devouring a -colored sweater (making "Anga Anga" sounds as it practically flosses with the yarn) is hilarious, as is the joey shouting "ouch" from inside the mother kangaroo's pouch. by Richard Wilbur and J. Otto Seibold. Contact Us. In striving to enrich the lives of all readers, TeachingBooks supports the First Amendment and celebrates the right to read. Opposites, More Opposites, and a Few Differences.
Otto Seibold is an illustrator of children's books, as well as some picture books intended for all ages (such as Going to the Getty). shows using spray paint and paint pens. He has showed at Grass Hut, The Yerba Buena, and Le Estrange in Paris. Books illustrated by . tto.