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Shel Silverstein wrote 12 books, although many of his poems have been compiled into published collections. Silverstein's works have sold more than 20 million copies and have been translated into more than 30 languages. H... More »

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Shel Silverstein was best known for his books of poetry for young readers, including "Where the Sidewalk Ends," "A Light in the Attic" and "Falling Up," which featured poems such as "Listen to the Mustn'ts" and "Needles ... More »

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Shel Silverstein's poems include "Sick," "Mr. Grumpledump's Song," "These Boots," "Boa Constrictor" and "A Light in the Attic," among many others. Throughout his life and posthumously, Silverstein published compilations ... More »

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Shel Silverstein was an illustrator, songwriter, author and poet. He was most notable for his successful children's books and his illustrations. More »

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Shel Silverstein's poems include "Sick," "Mr. Grumpledump's Song," "These Boots," "Boa Constrictor" and "A Light in the Attic," among many others. Throughout his life and posthumously, Silverstein published compilations ... More »

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A good Shel Silverstein poem to print for a craft project is "Invitation." With only seven lines, it's a short poem, and it celebrates imagination and art. The poems "Magic" and "Put Something In" are also short poems, h... More »

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"Sick" is about a little girl named Peggy Ann McKay who pretends to be sick because she does not want to go to school. When she learns that it is Saturday, she decides to go outside to play. More »

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