Invitation by Shel Silverstein (getting this little candlestick in the next few weeks)

Ten years after his heartbreaking children's book The Giving Tree was published, Shel Silverstein's editor Ursula Nordstrom at Harper & Row convinced the author to write a book of poetry. In Silverstein released Where the Sidewalk Ends, and

listen to the voice that's inside of you ...

Stone decking and landscaping

the voice - Shel Silverstein - Could use a poem to inspire a piece of art work. A second section could be first creating a piece of art, then writing a poem to go with it.

Shel Silverstein. This makes me think of my dad when he dedicated "Where The Sidewalk Ends" to me at the Cotton Belt library in 5th grade :) And he had the BEST laugh in the world.

This makes me think of my dad when he dedicated "Where The Sidewalk Ends" to me at the Cotton Belt library in grade :) And he had the BEST laugh in the world.

:)! Learn more about Shel Silverstein and his poetry on his very own website!

Shel Silverstein: Batty The baby bat Screamed out in fright, "Turn on the dark, I'm afraid of the light.

ANYTHING can be.

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This was one of my favorite poems as a kid and I swore that my children would have every book that Shel Silverstein ever wrote.

Losing Pieces - Shel Silverstein (loved my heart out, listened my ears off, danced my legs to pieces, touched my fingers numb, wrote my soul dry, drank myself silly, dreamed my dreams away...)

Losing Pieces - Shel Silverstein (loved my heart out, danced my legs to pieces, wrote my soul dry, dreamed my dreams away.

"Yesees and Noees" Shel Silverstein

"Yesees and Noees" Shel Silverstein Make your own choices at parties - alcohol awareness.

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