April is National Poetry Month—Celebrate!
"Up he goes
"To the treetop"
With their hurrying and scurrying, digging, climbing, and leaping, squirrels fascinate young children.
In Frisky Brisky Hippity Hop, photographer Murray Head captures squirrels working, playing, hiding, and even teasing a hawk.
A joy to read aloud, this peppy rhyming poem is based on an 1871 poem by Alexina B. White, with new verses by Susan Lurie. Alexina B. White's son was the architect Standford White.
THE REVIEWS ARE IN!
"The glee found within these pages is hard to ignore."—Kirkus Reviews
"A charming collection . . . The enticing subject matter is sure to attract animal lovers, and teachers and librarians will be able to use this a model for poetry units."—Library Media Collection