Just Married Mad Libs

Author: Molly Reisner

Publisher: Penguin

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Category: Games & Activities

Page: 48

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Just Married Mad Libs features 21 hilarious stories all about being a newlywed! At only $4.99 it makes a great buy for all your just married friends--or buy it to play on the plane or honeymoon with your new husband or wife!

Valentines Day Mad Libs for Kids Notebook

Blank Lined Notebook Original Appreciation Gift for Married Couples to Write in Unique Present 110 Pages Size 8x10 Inches Matte Cover Design White Paper Sheet ~ Organizer - Funny # Job Very Fast Print

Author: Regan Valentine

Publisher:

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Category:

Page: 110

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Valentines Day Mad Libs For Kids Notebook We have the perfect solution for you! Features of this book include: ✐ Black White Interior With White Paper Sheet. ✐ Perfectly Sized At 8 X 10 Inches ✐ Premium Matte Cover Design. ✐ Number Of Pages 110 Pages . ✐ Flexible Paperback. ✐ Printed On High Quality Paper. ✐ Have Pages This Book Belongs To Gifts. Order yours now and get your Valentines Day Mad Libs For Kids Notebook organized! Click the button and order now! Don't like this design? Check out our other stylish designs by clicking on the 'Regan Valentine' link just below the title of this we have lots of great designs to appeal to everyone! Order Now!

Wacky Mad Libs VIII

Author: Roger Price

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Category: Literary recreations

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View: 308

Fill in the blanks of the stories with various parts of speech.

American Dad! Mad Libs

Author: Roger Price

Publisher:

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

View: 868

A little boy describes what he sees on his walk.

Wacky Mad Libs II

Author: Roger Price

Publisher:

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Category: Literary recreations

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View: 359

Off the Wall Mad Libs

Author: Roger Price

Publisher: Mad Libs

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

View: 137

The idea is simple. Someone asks for a part of speech- a verb, a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. We've included definitions and examples of the parts of speech in case you've forgotten. Players call out their ideas to fill in the blanks and in the end, you have a story reeling from one silly sentence to another until nothing makes sense. That's what you call a Mad Lib®, the world's greatest word game. Players have been howling with friends or laughing all to themselves for over 35 years! Now that you know what Mad Libs® are, you're ready to play Off-The-Wall Mad Libs®.From "Paul Revere" and "Albert Einstein" to "Little Red Riding Hood" and "The Three Little Pigs" this zany group of Mad Libs ® will make you the hit of the party.

Over the Hedge Mad Libs

Author: Roger Price

Publisher: Price Stern Sloan

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

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Mortal Refrains

The Complete Collected Poetry, Prose, and Songs of Julia A. Moore, the Sweet Singer of Michigan

Author: Julia A. Moore

Publisher: MSU Press

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 257

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In the late 1870s, this gifted writer of hilarious, bad verse had a national following. Mark Twain even wrote that he always carried with him a copy of Julia’s first book of poems, The Sentimental Song Book(1876). "I find in them the same grace and melody that attracted me when they were first published twenty years ago, and have held me in happy bonds ever since," he explained. Twain attributed the "deep charm" of Julia’s poems to her innocent habit of making "an intentionally humorous episode pathetic and an intentionally pathetic one funny." Twain immortalized Julia’s style in the writings of Emmeline Grangerford, a character in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. She also influenced the writing—in fact, the career— of the doggerel poet Ogden Nash, who reportedly said that her example convinced him to try to become "a great bad poet" rather than "a bad good poet." The late Walter Blair, a highly respected professor of American literature at the University of Chicago, put it like this in his introduction to the last published collection of Julia’s poems in 1928: If these songs [as Julia called her poems were only a little closer to the conventional modes of meter, rhyme, thought, and expression they would not impress us at all. Touched, however, by the magic wand of genius, the novel works of this great poet cause readers to slump down in their chairs, hold their agitated and aching sides, wipe tears from brimming eyes, and fill the air with the sound of distinctly raucous laughter. Mortal Refrainsis the first complete, published collection of Julia Moore’s work —poetry, short stories, songs (including sheet music), and newspaper interviews—compiled from the earliest published versions found in various public libraries, rare book collections, museums, and archives.