I'll bet every great thinker and leader we've got; Could see all kinds of things other people could not!
Billy is a small boy with a big imagination.
Mr. Booth is a serious teacher with a strict lesson plan.
When the irresistible force of Billy's unrestrained creativity meets the immovable object of Mr. Booth's fixed worldview, one thing is obvious: someone is going to learn a lot this school year!
The irrepressible Billy, star of the New York Times bestselling When I Grow Up, returns in an uproarious back-to-school tale from the uniquely inspired "Weird Al" Yankovic. Dazzling wordplay and sparkling rhyme combine in this appreciation of the rewards of unabashed originality and the special joy of viewing the world gently askew.
©2013 Al Yankovic (P)2013 HarperCollinsPublishers
I have loved Weird Al's silliness these past 30-odd years,
His humor always bringing me to laughter -- sometimes to tears!
His grammar ever perfect, his use of words funny,
His gift to us all, smiles and giggles so sunny!
My daughter and I both sing with his songs,
Her weans will do too, before much time goes along.
I will play these books for them, as I did songs for their mum,
Appreciation for creativity and much laughter to come!
Laughter's the best medicine, I've oft heard it said,
Perhaps we should be calling him "doctor" instead!
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