6 edition of Someone Could Win a Polar Bear found in the catalog.
by Boyds Mills Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Edward Gorey (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
Gorey designed book covers for a wide variety of literature such as the classics, poetry, horror anthologies, and children’s picture books and novels. Rather than collaborate with other authors on his covers, he drew what he felt best evoked the essence of the book. Someone Could Win a Polar Bear. The Dong with the Luminous Nose. The. DANTE: THE INFERNO. Folkways Records, FP Ciardi reads the first eight cantos of his translation. Released by arrangement with Mentor Books. DANTE: THE INFERNO. Folkway Records, Second copy. Ex. Lib. SOMEONE COULD WIN A POLAR BEAR, AND OTHER POEMS. Spoken Arts, SAC THIS STRANGEST EVERYTHING.
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Get this from a library. Someone could win a polar bear. [John Ciardi; Edward Gorey; Paula Danziger] -- A collection of humorous poetry. This whimsical collection of verse even includes some of Mr.
Ciardi’s rules about life:Whatever way a thing is doneIs wrong, as I hope you that is the rule of One times ’s the way things always e Could Win a Polar Bear, and no one will lose with this classic book. Someone Could Win a Polar Bear, Children's poems.
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Hardcover Written by John Emil Ciardi. Buy Now. For Ages 7 - 9. The poems here range from the ridiculous to the wise, and they all have one thing in commonâ€”fun.
Details. Kane Press & StarBerry Books Distributed by Lerner Publishing Group. Someone Could Win a Polar Bear. John Ciardi; Illustrator-Edward Gorey. Published by clipped at the lower front flap.
63 pages. Meets first edition, first issue points as given by Toledano B12a. A book of nonsense verse for children, with black and white illustrations by Edward Gorey. John Ciardi; Illustrator-Edward Gorey.
Published by. Someone Could Win a Polar Bear (poetry), Lippincott, Fast and Slow: Poems for Advanced Children and Beginning Parents (poetry), Houghton, Doodle Soup, Houghton, "Mummy Took Cooking Lessons" and Other Poems, illustrated by Merle.
There is variety in topic and form in the poems in Someone Could Win a Polar Bear. Whimsey is the predominant accomplishment whether it comes with real or fanciful subjects. The poems demand a certain amount of sophistication from the reader and listener.
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John (Klondike) Ciardi SOMEONE COULD WIN A POLAR BEAR. First edition. Gift from Judith Ciardi or Myra. SOMEONE COULD WINA POLAR BEAR. Second printing. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
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