I Am Someone Else: Poems About Pretending

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There are few things that give children more pleasure than playing Let’s Pretend. Children’s poet and editor, Lee Bennett Hopkins, invited a number of talented children’s poets to contribute to this delightful collection of verses all about pretending. He has broken the poems into three sections. The first is called Wish! and contains poems about pretending to be magical beings such as wizards, mermaids, pirates, and more. The second section — Support! — is about becoming veterinarians, police officers, pilots, and others. The third section — Invent! — is about being a chef, poet, construction worker or something else.

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Author Lee Bennett Hopkins, Editor • Chris Hsu, Illustrator
Star Count /5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Charlesbridge
Publish Date 02-Jul-2019
ISBN 9780525645580
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Issue September 2019
Category Children's


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