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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Form / Limericks & Verse
  • Language:English
  • Pages:66
  • eBook ISBN:9781483537436

Sometimes I Get My Shoes on Backwards

by E. Michael Lunsford

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Overview
Grab your ticket to the wonderful world of the whimsically weird. In this charming collection of wacky kid’s poems, you’ll find out why we’re throwing the pumpkin away, how we’re selling father’s mustache, when little sister got elephant ears, where little brother got glued, and what’s important about knee joints. Meet Cantankerous Sam, the Garbage Man; Harrie Carrie the Bearded Lady; The Wizard who looked like a Lizard; and the Grumbly Grump of Nottingham Dump. E. Michael Lunsford’s delightful collection of illustrated poems is surprising, inventive, kooky and—most of all—hilarious.
Description
Life is real magic, if you know what I mean 'Cause I can make movies by thinking a scene; And I can pretend I'm a blue submarine (Or maybe I'll even pretend that I'm green) Or I can imagine a big tangerine, Or thousands of monkeys up on the screen, Or an elephant in a designer blue jean— Grab your ticket to the wonderful world of the whimsically weird. In this charming collection of wacky kid’s poems, you’ll find out why we’re throwing the pumpkin away, how we’re selling father’s mustache, when little sister got elephant ears, where little brother got glued, and what’s important about knee joints. Meet Cantankerous Sam, the Garbage Man; Harrie Carrie the Bearded Lady; The Wizard who looked like a Lizard; and the Grumbly Grump of Nottingham Dump. E. Michael Lunsford’s delightful collection of illustrated poems is surprising, inventive, kooky and—most of all—hilarious.
About the author
E. Michael Lunsford is something of a Renaissance man: a poet, playwright, lyricist, composer, pianist, guitarist, marathon runner, long distance swimmer, non-fiction writer, children's book author, inventor, entrepreneur, UI designer and mobile app developer. He has written 14 books, been granted 27 patents, and held positions as Sr. Product Manager for Palm Inc., VP of Product Management for EverNote Inc., and most recently Head of Innovation and Strategy for HP. He lived and worked for five years in England, studied physics in Germany, and received his B.A. In literature after two years of university study in Spain before joining the MBA program at Santa Clara University in Silicon Valley. He has also been a radio disc jockey in Tampa, performed as a singer-songwriter in Baltimore, and had his music performed at the New Musical Theatre of San Francisco. His most recent play, Scary, Scary Night, was published by Heartland Plays and has been accepted by the Venus/Adonis Theatre Festival of New York for production in their 2015 season.
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