I'm Miss Misinformation, it's my gratifying task to tell you all you need to know, you only need to ask. The seas are thick with elephants the skies are purple straw, you measure with an octopus, you hammer with a saw.
Rat for lunch! Rat for lunch! Yum! Delicious! Munch munch munch! One by one or by the bunchA??Rat, oh rat, oh rat for lunch!
by Jack Prelutsky
by Jack D. Ferraiolo
by Jack Higgins
by Jack Cavanaugh
by Jack McDevitt
by Jack Campbell
"Kid favorite Jack Prelutsky sings his way through two dozen poems from his 1994 collection, spinning raucous rhyming tales about the likes of Zeke McPeake, Dan the Invisible Man, and Gladiola Gloppe (and her Soup Shoppe). Prelutsky is joined by an ensemble of singers and a band of musicians who play banjo, saw and guitar (with the poet himself playing kazoo). This merry gang brings excitement to the mostly up-tempo songs. I can easily imagine kids (and some adults) tapping toes and singing along. Sixty minutes of fun. P.B.J. (c) AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine"
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