Nothing Beats A PizzaBook - 2001
The opening refrain of Nothing Beats a Pizza is catchy and fun, just like all 32 poems. Through Loris's poems you enjoy language, rhythm, and rhyme--and, most of all, your own creativity. These poems are to be read aloud and shared. They're jumping-off points that invite kids to exercise their creativity by coming up with their own versions of the poems. Leaves were here they left their prints in greenish grayish brownish tints like rubber stamps along the road an autumn message left in code Dancing across the pages are illustrations and poems alive with humor, exploring important things in a kid's world: pizza, substitute teachers, homework, moods, food, and pets.
Publisher: Toronto : Annick Press, c2001
Branch Call Number: JP Lesyn
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill