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Funny Hilarious School Poems : the best humor poetry about school and college.


The Aliens Have Landed! by Kenn Nesbitt

Get Out of Bed! by Diane Z. Shore

School Rules by Bruce Lansky

The Bus by Robert Pottle

The Teachers Jumped Out of the Windows by Kenn Nesbitt

Excuses, Excuses by Joyce Armor


Books of funny poems about school :

Lunch Money : And Other Poems About School


Book Description
Grade 2-4?A frisky collection of 24 childlike perceptions of the zanier happenings during a school day. The poems' appeal relies on irreverent topics, robust action, sing-song rhythms, and rhyming couplets. The bright, expressive cartoon style illustrations highlight the rollicking nature of most of the selections. Kids will greet them with enthusiasm, but there needs to be more to poetry than rhyming words. Some of the verses do challenge young minds. The child in "Who Needs School?" has art, spelling, and calculator skills thanks to her computer, but realizes, "...Just don't unplug me and I'll be fine." "Moonwalker" features the joyous, imaginative characters a youngster creates on her way home. "Outside/Inside" contrasts the vibrant goings-on outside the classroom to the humdrum inside. The word-counting antics of the struggling boy in "Book Report" leave a poignant message. In all, good for a quick, fun fix on a down day.? Ronald Jobe, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada