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Friday, December 18, 2009
What a Hullabaloo! By P.A. Whittington
This is a book of very witty poetry. It is filled with highly amusing, poetic stories of misbehaving kids, swiping food, brawling on playgrounds and just getting into mischief.
Whittington either had a misbegotten childhood or a good grasp of the life experiences of kids. I frankly don’t read poetry and I read this. I did laugh out loud several times; the liver under the table was one occasion. The UK vernacular threw me a couple of times but it also added whimsy to the work. The slug in the sandwich also elicited a laugh out loud. This is a very entertaining book.
I highly recommend the book.
Body of work of P. A. Whittington