Rolling in the Aisles : Kids Pick the Funniest Poems

Rolling in the Aisles : Kids Pick the Funniest Poems

Bruce Lansky / Oct 18, 2019

Rolling in the Aisles Kids Pick the Funniest Poems Rolling in the Aisles King of Giggle Poetry Bruce Lansky s fourth hardcover anthology of humorous poems for children contains funny poems selected by a panel of than elementary and middle scho

  • Title: Rolling in the Aisles : Kids Pick the Funniest Poems
  • Author: Bruce Lansky
  • ISBN: 9780689037665
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Rolling in the Aisles, King of Giggle Poetry Bruce Lansky s fourth hardcover anthology of humorous poems for children, contains funny poems selected by a panel of than 1,000 elementary and middle school students Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, Bruce Lansky, Kenn Nesbitt, Ted Scheu, Robert Pottle and Dave Crawley all made the cut for this giggle packed antholo Rolling in the Aisles, King of Giggle Poetry Bruce Lansky s fourth hardcover anthology of humorous poems for children, contains funny poems selected by a panel of than 1,000 elementary and middle school students Shel Silverstein, Jack Prelutsky, Bruce Lansky, Kenn Nesbitt, Ted Scheu, Robert Pottle and Dave Crawley all made the cut for this giggle packed anthology of rhymes

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    About "Bruce Lansky"

      • Bruce Lansky

        I was born on June 1, 1941 My first home was an apartment in Manhattan s Upper West Side, a neighborhood that overlooked the George Washington Bridge Soon after kindergarten, my family moved to Scarsdale, which seemed to be in the country In high school, I broke my ankle when I went out for the lacrosse team, so I wrote a sports column for the school newspaper I don t think I showed any particular talent for writing then.I went to St John s College in Annapolis, Maryland I actually learned to read Greek I didn t understand it, though I transferred from St John s to New York University, so I could study political science and economics I graduated with a major in philosophy and a minor in English My first job was a market researcher for a beer company in New Jersey Over the next five years, I switched jobs several times advertising copywriter, advertising account executive, and marketing manager at a candy company.I married Vicki and we had a baby, Douglas I wanted him to have a home surrounded by grass and trees and ball fields, so I accepted a job in Minnesota, and Doug got a baby sister, Dana What rescued me from poverty was that my wife and some other mothers wrote a cookbook We published it ourselves, and it was a huge hit That s how I figured out that I wanted to be a publisher when I grew up We built Meadowbrook Press, and I became an author of baby name books and humor books for adults.Ten years ago, I wanted to put together a children s book of all the poems they loved best To find these poems, I tested poems in elementary schools As I was testing poems on children, I decided to write a few to see what the response would be At first it wasn t that good, but as my writing improved, I added my poems to new books To get them just right, I d rewrite them over and over I ve now edited six poetry anthologies and filled three books with my own poems Because I spent a lot of time reading and testing poems in classrooms, schools started inviting me to perform I ve now performed at hundreds of schools My goal to put on the most entertaining, most educational, and most motivating assembly a school has ever had My web site, gigglepoetry, helps kids discover the fun of reading and writing poetry.Language arts are a very important part of what you learn in school You can read great books that take you to far away lands You can write your own stories and make yourself the hero of exciting adventures Even if it seems hard sometimes, don t give up Keep practicing your reading and writing skills, and soon it will become easier There are so many wonderful worlds to explore in books and poetry Get your very own passport by learning to read and write the very best that you can.


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    1. Some of the poems are laugh out loud funny. However, some are a bit inappropriate, and I would need to pick and choose what I would use in a classroom or library setting. For example, there is a poem about a child who dresses up like their mother, including makeup and earrings. At the end of the poem, you learn it is a boy. Although the tone is comedic, is it appropriate?Lots of references to bodily functions, such as belching, pooping, and farting. Kids love that stuff.


    2. This book of poems is especially great for kids because the poems were chosen by kids! Rolling in the Aisles is a book that will cause anyone to laugh out loud as they read the humorous poems regarding school, siblings, and everyday life for the average kid. In Mind Your Manners, Lansky reveals the seemingly rude or unacceptable things that kids do as he tells the poem in a list of what parents tell their kids not to do and then ends with a twist when he points out that it is everything their pa [...]


    3. My boys (ages 4 & 8) loved these short, rhyming, silly poems. Most had a cute illustration to go with them. My favorite poem was "Meat Loaf". When a mother pulled her meat loaf from the oven, the kitchen filled with smoke which set the smoke detectors off. Mom began to shriek, dog passed out, kitten hid, brother screamed, baby ate meat loaf sticking to her head, father yelled, sister went beserk, but "I kept my cool and said, 'At least our smoke detectors work.'"My 8-year-old loved "My Dog H [...]


    4. Rolling in the Aisles: A Collection of Laugh-Out-Loud Poems truly is a collection of poems for kids that have readers laughing out load. Edited by Bruce Lansky, the book features numerous poets including Shel Silverstein and Jack Prelutsky. Poems cover every topic from choosing an after-school snack to painting dad’s toe nails while he naps. Young readers will enjoy the silliness and the everyday situations of the poems. I recommend using it with students in grades 2 and up. Poems are good exa [...]


    5. This a pretty funny poetry book. The poems were written by a bunch of different people and put in this book. It was easy to read and is good for young people. My favorite poem was called Dirty Socks. It reminded me of me.


    6. Annotation and Comment: This a entertaining book! I can imagine that students who are intimidated by poetry might be drawn in by this collection of poems. The subjects are kid friendly and the illustrations are hilarious.




    7. I take this and other poem books to read to the class when there is a few minutes of dead time while subbing. They are great :)




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