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No More Poems!

A Book in Verse That Just Gets Worse
Narrated by: Nick Offerman
Length: 32 mins
Categories: Drama & Poetry, Poetry
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Acclaimed singer-songwriter Rhett Miller returns in a riotous collection of irreverent poems for modern families.

In the tradition of Shel Silverstein, these poems bring a fresh new twist to the classic dilemmas of childhood as well as a perceptive eye to the foibles of modern family life. Full of clever wordplay - and toilet humor to spare - these 23 rhyming poems make for an ideal listening experience. 

Taking on the subjects of a bullying baseball coach and annoying little brothers with equally sly humor, renowned lyricist Rhett Miller's clever verses will have the whole family cackling.

©2019 Rhett Miller (P)2019 Hachette Audio

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Fun, entertaining for our 9yo twins and us!

If you have a good sense of humor you’ll love this book! It is so much fun and Nick Offeman’s reading adds to the dry wit of the poems. We’ve done a few road trips with the kids and listening to this book keeps them entertained and happy! Some of my kid’s favorite poems are “Purple Pox” and “Hairs”. We laugh listening to “This Bathtub’s Too Small” and “Disco Bath Party”. My personal favorites are “Device” and “Weirdos of the World Unite”. “I Will Not Go To Bed” and “3:00 AM Pee” are incredibly poignant and go strait to my heart. All-in-all, we connect with each of these poems in one way or another so love finishing the book with the final poem, “No More Poems”.

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we say yes more poems

I really loved it, so much fun- Hazel age six
what just happened- mom age 32

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Shel Silverstein would be proud

Maybe it’s because I grew up on “Where the Sidewalk Ends”. I LOVE THIS BOOK, and thankfully my kids (10, 13, 15) do too!