This little paperback book contains twenty-six poems about school by a number of poets, and was distributed in schools by Scholastic, who published it in 2003.
This book comprises one of the poems, delightfully illustrated, that I originally wrote as a section header for THE RANDOM HOUSE OF POETRY FOR CHILDREN. Published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux in 2007.
This is the second book of a trilogy that began with THE DRAGONS ARE SINGING TONIGHT. It deals with a variety of weird creatures found in folklore. It’s illustrated by my friend Peter Sis, and was published by Greenwillow Books in 1996.
This little book actually came out a few months before A GOPHER IN THE GARDEN, my first book of original poems. I translated it from a German book of children’s poems. It was published by Greenwillow Books in 1967.
This little book contains six poems that originally appeared in KERMIT’S GARDEN OF VERSES. It was published by Muppet Press/Golden Press Books in 1992.
This was my first BIG book of original poems. It was published by Greenwillow Books in 1984.
This was a special edition of THE NEW KID ON THE BLOCK designed for Costco.
This is the cover of the British paperback edition of THE NEW KID ON THE BLOCK. Published by Mammoth.
NIGHTMARES represents the first time that I tried writing poems that weren’t funny or silly . . . they’re scary. It’s also the first book that I did for Greenwillow Books, and was published by them in 1976.
This is a collection of poems about school by about a dozen poets, including myself. Published by Greenwillow Books in 2010.
This is a collection of about seventy poems by either A. Nonny Mouse or Anonymous . . . you decide which. It’s delightfully and imaginatively illustrated by Henrik Drescher. Published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1989.
This is a collection of over fifty more poems by A. Nonny Mouse . . . or maybe they’re by Anonymous. Published by Alfred A. Knopf in 1993.
This is the British edition of POEMS OF A. NONNY MOUSE, with completely different illustrations than the original. Published by Orchard Books in 1992.
This is my translation from a German book of nonsense poems. Published by Macmillan in 1968.
For this book, I selected about a hundred of my published poems, plus I wrote fifteen new ones. It’s lavishly illustrated by Brandon Dorman, and includes a CD on which I perform thirty of the poems in the book. Published by Greenwillow Books in 2008.