Book Review: Poetry For Kids Who Are ‘Just No Good At Rhyming’
Some people have an aversion to poetry. They think it’s got rules. You know, like, it’s got to rhyme. Moon, June, croon a tune to a raccoon and an old spittoon. Blah, blah, blah. Chris Harris, who’s never written a children’s book before, has produced a new book that children may enjoy so much, they may not realize that they’re actually reading – let me say this quietly – poetry. The book is called “I’m Just No Good At Rhyming: And Other Nonsense For Mischievous Kids And Immature Grown-Ups.” And Chris Harris, who was also a writer and executive producer for “How I Met Your Mother,” joins us from NPR West. Thanks so much for being with us.
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