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am 21. Oktober 2015
Like all books from Silverstein - this is a gem of whimsy and wisdom, laughter and food for thought. Equally enjoyable for children and adults.
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am 7. April 2017
Hübsche Aufmachung. Tolles Buch von einem tollen Schriftsteller. Würd ich immer wieder kaufen . Einfach ,aber toll illustriert. Und natürlich im festband
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am 17. Dezember 2012
Nicht nur zum Englisch lernen für Kinder eine großartige Idee. Ein Muss für Poesiefans. Silversteins hinreißend verrückte und lustige Gedichte und seine schier unausschöpfliche Phantasie machen Spaß und wärmen das Herz.
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am 23. Juni 2013
Every child should grow up with Shel Silverein. Great, funny poems that tend to make you laugh and thin at the same time. Buy it. Its worth it.
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am 8. April 2014
One of the best book of childrenpoems I have ever read. I am glad it has been reprinted. Funny with great drawings.
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am 27. Juni 2000
This is truly the best poetry book out today for children. With hilarious poems about children and some very important poems it can make you laugh and cry. I also cried when it was reported on the news that Shel Silverstein had passed away. All of these poems are my favorites. This book is certain to get your child reading. Many of his poems are associated with religion like the one about the unicorn especially. I love all these poems and hope you will like them too.
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am 16. November 1999
Would you like to meet Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout who would not take the garbage out? Or Dirty Dan, the world's dirtiest man? Accept Shel Silverstein's invitation to come inside his delightful book full of outrageous poems and drawings. The unpredictable and humorous actions of each crazy character grabs readers' attention, keeping them engrossed in each poem, and craving for more. Elementary school-aged children will fall over laughing at Peggy Ann McKay's desperate attempt to avoid school, claiming, "I have the measles and the mumps, a gash, a rash, and purple bumps. My mouth is wet, my throat is dry, I'm going blind in my right eye." Silverstein's use of rhyme and nonsense verse combined with his constant humor captures the reader. His simple pen-and-ink drawings add to the imagery presented in each poem. The reader not only sees, but feels lazy Jane's dry mouth as she waits for it to rain. The application of alliteration, assonance, and consonance makes each poem a delight to read out loud; "For I've been down to the edge of the world, sat on the edge where the wild wind whirled." Some poems not only depict an array of humorous characters, but also create touching moments and offers good advice. Silverstein suggests playing hug o' war, rather than tug o' war, and assures young readers that, "Anything can happen, child, ANYTHING can be." Children ages nine to twelve will enjoy reading these well crafted poems that portray both ludicrous and poignant messages.
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am 11. Mai 1999
I was intrduced to "Where The Sidewalk Ends" by my second grade reading teacher in the fall of 1978. The author, Shel Silverstein, had an incredible gift. He could make kids fans of poetry! (One of those kids happened to be my 38 year-old father). From the moment I opened the book and recited "Sick" for the very first time, I fell in love with Mr. Silverstein's books.
My brilliant teacher had each member of the class perform a poem from "Where The Sidewalk Ends". He made lovers of poetry of us all, and an actress out of me. For years to come, I won numerous talent contests performing "Sick" for audiences of all ages.
I love each and every poem in this book. Everybody who loves to laugh MUST read "Ma and God", "Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would Not Take the Garbage Out", "The Dirtiest Man In the World", and "Sick", my all-time favorite.
"Where the Sidewalk Ends" and Shel Silverstein changed my life forever. It was today, May 10, 1999, that I read he had passed away. The world has lost an amazing contributer to children's literature. "Where the Sidewalk Ends" and all of Mr. Silverstein's other books are the delightful legacy that he has left behind. I encourage children and parents alike to open this book and let the laughter in.
"For the Children, they mark,and the children, they know
The place where the sidewalk ends."
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am 17. September 1998
Funny nonsense poems and drawings. Early and middle elementary aged school children should enjoy the crazy, silly humor of Shel Silverstein's poems, and simple black and white line drawings. He makes reference, in his poems, to other well known tales and stories, such as: a Noah's Arc with no unicorns, Paul Bunyan, who visits heaven, then hell, and "The Little Engine That Could," that can't. There is a variety of long and short works. Often the two page, longer pieces, are my preference. I especially enjoy: Smart (p.35), Hector the Collector (p.46-7), Sick (p.58-9), The Crocodile's Toothache (p.66), Sarah (p.70-71), Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would Not Take The Garbage Out (p.76-7), The Unicorn (p.76-7), No Difference (p.81), The Dirtiest Man In The World (p.96-7), Spaghetti (p.100), Eighteen Flavors (p.116), With His Mouth Full Of Food (p.128), Band-Aids (p.140), If The World Was Crazy (p.146), Just Me Just Me (p.152), Hungry Mungry (p.160-1), and Merry (p.164). It is a good collection of poems and drawings, although I might enjoy some of Silverstein's later works even more. "A Light In The Attic," (1981), and "Falling Up," (1996), take a similar format. Check them out!
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am 8. August 1997
I read this book back in 1980 when I was 11 yrs old. I have never forgotten the way it made me laugh and always cheered me up. My personal favorite as a child was "Sick". "I am too sick to go to school today..." I read that one and several others over and over again.

I was an abused child and the book brought something into my daily existence that I sorely needed. Laughter! I would highly recommend this book to anyone (as matter of fact I recommended it to the reading group at [...] Not only will children find the poems and drawings to be of great amusement, but adults will remember the things in their childhood that brought a smile to their face as well!

I plan on buying this book for my children as well as the other Silverstein books. They are all excellent!
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