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This is a poetry book that you will want to read out loud with friends! You will laugh!— Gavin, 10 years old
“I’m so happy that Jack Prelutsky has gifted us with a new poetry collection! I loved The New Kid on the Block and his other books as a kid, and it’s such a joy to be able to share Prelutsky’s wit and imagination with young ones. Featuring 100 new poems, Hard-Boiled Bugs for Breakfast is just what we all need to remind us how important it is to read aloud, laugh, and let our imaginations run wild — especially in such dark times.”
— Alyssa Raymond, Copper Dog Books, Beverly, MA
A new collection from the celebrated first Young People’s Poet Laureate and bestselling poet Jack Prelutsky, featuring more than one hundred original poems!
Hard-Boiled Bugs for Breakfast is guaranteed to make readers laugh, imagine, write, and dream.
From a lizard playing a mandolin (although not very well) to the surprised guest of honor (at a birthday party he threw for himself), there’s something for everyone in Jack Prelutsky’s Hard-Boiled Bugs for Breakfast. Illustrator Ruth Chan’s lively and hilarious black-and-white art jumps off the page and illuminates a wide array of poetic forms, from haiku to concrete poems and everything in between.
This collection is full of the wit, humor, and imagination that has made Jack Prelutsky a household name and one of the most beloved poets for children. His poetry books for kids include such favorites as A Pizza the Size of the Sun and The New Kid on the Block.
Includes black-and-white line art on every page, plus an index.
Jack Prelutsky is the best-selling author of more than fifty books of poetry, including The New Kid on the Block, illustrated by James Stevenson, and Stardines Swim High Across the Sky, illustrated by Carin Berger. Jack Prelutsky lives in Washington State.
Ruth Chan spent her childhood tobogganing in Canada, her teens living in and exploring China, a number of years studying art and education, and a decade working with youth and families in underserved communities. She now writes and illustrates in Brooklyn, New York, where she can often be found chatting with her neighbors. Visit www.ohtruth.com for more info.