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The book is "Arm in Arm" by Remy Charlip. The most recent snowfall made me suddenly want to read this book again in its entirety. My brother and I are now in our mid 30's, but we (and hopefully someday our children) will always have this wonderful book in our lives. 3 people found this helpful.

book by Remy Charlip. as joyfully illustrated as it is absurd," ARM IN ARM has delighted children-and grown-ups-for years with its endless tales, gleeful riddles, circular poems, and fantastical drawings.

Word games and pictorial concepts to be explored by children. no page number in the book.

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1969 Arm in Arm (A Collection of Connections, Endless Tales, Reiterations, and other Echolalia). 1973 Harlequin and the Gift of Many Colors. 1975 Thirteen, with Jerry Joyner. Four Winds Press/MacMillan Publishing. 1987 Handtalk Birthday Four Winds Press. 1999 Peanut Butter Party. 1999 Sleepytime Rhyme.

An illustrated collection of verses, tongue twisters, riddles, and seemingly endless tales all of which feature a play . We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything.

An illustrated collection of verses, tongue twisters, riddles, and seemingly endless tales all of which feature a play on words and images. as joyfully illustrated as it is absurd," ARM IN ARM has delighted children—and grown-ups—for years with its endless tales, gleeful riddles, circular poems, and fantastical drawings.

Bibliographic Details. Title: ARM IN ARM: A Collection of Connections,. Please contact us at firstsoks. Publisher: Parent's Magazine Press (1969), New York. Publication Date: 1969. Visit Seller's Storefront.

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as joyfully illustrated as it is absurd," ARM IN ARM has delighted. children?and grown-ups?for years with its endless tales, gleeful riddles, circular poems, and fantastical drawings.

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Hailed by the New York Times as a rare and original collection of "verbal and visual witticisms...as joyfully illustrated as it is absurd," ARM IN ARM has delighted children—and grown-ups—for years with its endless tales, gleeful riddles, circular poems, and fantastical drawings.

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Vispel
This is a silly, creative, adorably fun introduction to word play. My 5 year old found some poetry dry and this got them thirsty and playful and eager to create. It is a casual, informal book that sparks imagination rather than strapping the kid down and shoving ridiculously bold, polished ideas in their faces.
Spilberg
I was recently trudging through snow when a snippet of a long-ago children's book popped into my head: "Isn't it better to be in a warm bed saying "Isn't it better to be in a warm bed rather than out in the cold snow?" rather than out in the cold snow saying "Isn't it better to be in a warm bed out in the cold snow?"" This snippet arrives in my brain every time I find myself trudging through snow and it always makes me smile inside. I never have to wrack my brain to remember the name of the book. It had such a profound effect on me that many snippets such as this pop up in my brain with regularity, even though I'm 47 and had not even seen the book for at almost 4 decades. The book is "Arm in Arm" by Remy Charlip. The most recent snowfall made me suddenly want to read this book again in its entirety. Thanks, Amazon! It is just as great as I remembered. I'm not sure what age group the book is actually targeted at - probably 1st graders? But the twisty little phrases and stories, as well as the beautiful illustrations, might just stay with you for a lifetime.
Hugighma
I checked this out of my elementary school library almost every week for 6 years. Now, 40+ years later, i keep a copy for myself and buy extras to give to kids.

"Pete and repeat sat on a fence. Pete fell off. Who was left?"

"Mr and Mrs Octopus got married and they walked down the aisle arm in arm in arm in arm..."
Jack
As an impressionable youth in the mid-'70s who had just learned to read, this book welcomed me into the world of our illogical, sometimes abstract language -- and instead of confusing me, it filled me with a yearning for more exploration into this thing called English. Now that I'm older and a copy editor at a newspaper, where I work with words all the time, I see this book as the catalyst for what I eventally became in life and I'm grateful it's available once again for everyone to enjoy. In this age of entertainment that's prepackaged and lacking in imagination, it's good to know that a book like "Arm in Arm" can still manage to inspire -- I always saw something new every time I read it, and I still do. I recommend this book wholeheartedly, as it provokes real thought about what makes the words we speak so fascinating and, as the book illustrates, never one-sided. Thank you, Mr. Charlip, for giving me and the world this gift.
Jorius
In 1969 I was five years old and learning to read. "Arm in Arm" was an enigmatic treasure, and a family favorite.
As I entered adulthood, our copy of "Arm in Arm" was long gone, probably falling victim to one of the impromptu 5-cent booksales my brother and I used to hold in our front yard. I couldn't find a copy in the bookstores, but never really gave up the search. When I found the book on Amazon.com, I ordered three copies. My brother and I are now in our mid 30's, but we (and hopefully someday our children) will always have this wonderful book in our lives. And of course Mom gets a copy, too!
Moogugore
I remember reading and rereading this book as a child. The verses, doodles, and pure imagination of this book kept me coming back. Now that I have a child, I give it to all her friends on their birthdays. I wonder if they sell it in bulk?...
Black_Hawk_Down
My mom had signed up to the Parent Publishing Company book club. We would get a new book each month. This title showed up the day we left to see my grandmother in Vermont (we're from Indiana) so we got to take the book with us. My brothers and sisters and I love this book so much that our dog "Said" became jelouse of the book and tried eating it. Mom salvaged the book and it contiued to be one of our favorites. It's a no-non-sence book that's funny and makes reading enjoyable. Reading isn't just words. It's an adventure. Give it a try and see if it doesn't tickle your tummy.
this is a terrific book - fun to read and quite cleaver !
Arm in Arm: A Collection of Connections, Endless Tales, Reiterations, and Other Echolalia download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Remy Charlip
ISBN: 1883672503
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Tricycle Press; New Ed edition (May 1, 1997)
Pages: 48 pages