Complete Nonsense of Edward Lear

  • Title: Complete Nonsense of Edward Lear
  • Author: Edward Lear
  • ISBN: 0833500775
  • Page: 291
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    1. Edward Lear says:

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    2 thoughts on “Complete Nonsense of Edward Lear

    1. I bought this for the story of the Four Children who Sailed around the World, but it has others that are just as worthwhile.The limericks are a little tedious. The language often confuses my young son (who speaks English as a second language) but I think it's a good mental exercise!

    2. It was the works of Edward Lear that popularized the term limerick, and since these illustrations and stories were originally created by Edward Lear about one hundred years ago, you will need to take this into consideration when reading this book. It is quaint, but entertaining in its way, though don't expect to understand its message completely. It is nonsense after all. I am glad to have it and find it inspirational when considering certain artistic projects. It is fun, but dumb and that i [...]

    3. If you are a lit fan and want to share your love of reading and good poetry with your kids, this is a great book, full of ridiculous verse and equally ridiculous illustrations to go with it. I enjoy reading it, and my kids (2, 4, and 9) enjoy listening to it, even if they don't get all the references.

    4. No one can write silly limericks like Edward Lear. Who cannot remember "The Owl and the Pussycat" from their childhood? it's all a great escape and a good giggle so read it and enjoy.

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