Sometimes I wonder do lions use irons, Do poodles eat noodles, Can chickens read Dickens... WHAT'S THAT? You don't know the answers, you haven't a clue? That's okay -- sometimes it's fun just to wonder. In this collection of playful poems there are musings about everything in a child's world, from "A Day at the Beach" to "My Friend's Freckles" (do they go all the way down to your toes?). The short verses are a delight to read aloud and are brought to life in funny, imaginative pictures. This book is sure to inspire plenty of giggles as it challenges readers to find the silliness in their own surroundings.
Tim Bowers began his illustrating career working as an artist for Hallmark Cards. In 1986 he illustrated his first picture book, The Toy Circus by Jan Wahl. Since then, he has illustrated more than twenty books for children. Mr. Bowers lives with his family in Granville, Ohio.