This is such a beautiful and funny book. A quick read. This illustrations are lovely. It puts a smile on your face.
by Hadiyah Ali
Never judge a book by its cover, that is what they say.
But when it comes to this, do it anyway.
It’s as delightful as it looks, in every single way,
I only wish miss winters lived to see another day!
I adored this little book. Great read for all ages. A lot of fun for Mum, dad and the little ones!
by Katie Strachan
This is a very interesting poetry book. Since children almost always tend not to read poetry this is a different way of introducing it to them.
There are various poems with different subjects. Some are funny, some are scary, but at the end, they all are written with good quality.
The drawings that sometimes accompany the poems are fun and makes the book lighter for children.
by NetGalley review
An adorably illustrated and written children's collection that is very useful for teachers.
by Rogene Carter
Clever is the first word that comes to mind for this collection, as well as cute. I don't usually use the word cute to describe much, especially books, but it kind of fits here. Miss Winter's Demise is full of catchy and memorable verses, matched up with images.
I enjoyed this book as a reader, but would also love to use it as a teacher. I can see a wide range of readers (and students) enjoying Minton's book cover to cover.
by JD DeHart
I enjoyed this book of silly, nonsensical, and irreverent poems. It is so reminiscent of Edward Lear's limericks. A fun and entertaining read.
by Anita Cheah
Ah, this book! I can just imagine reading it out loud to a group of kids. All of the poems were very funny and tongue-in-cheek and just made me smile. So so whimsical. I loved it.
by Colleen McKie (via NetGalley)