Vulture Verses: Love Poems for the Unloved

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The pictures were, as other reviewers mention, spectacular. Overall this was a very appealing book. So appealing, in fact, that I keep finding poems to the strangest critters all over the house. Poems are accompanied by additional factual information about each creature depicted. I quite enjoyed this book of 'love poems for the unloved' as did my son. While the rhymes are not Shakespearean, they make sense to young minds and my son was eager to guess the rhymes.

Each poem is whimsical and informative at the same time. The artwork is bright and energetic, with the amazing ability to make even a vulture look appealing. The size and complexity of the images seems just right to balance the lighthearted verses without being too spare The snippets of biology after the love poem were an added bonus. I hope to see more books in a similar vein from this author and artist Diane Lang and Lauren Gallegos.

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I received an review copy of this book through the LibraryThing Early Reviewer program. Many of the non-fiction books we get for my preschooler are topics that are interesting to him but contain stock photos with uninspiring descriptions. As a result, it's always a joy to find a book where the author and illustrator obviously spent a great deal of time thinking about how to best to present the story they're telling. I really like the illustrations in the book.

They're beautifully drawn but very clean and don't overwhelm the page. I also enjoyed the format of a brief poem for each animal followed by several sentences discussing a lesser-known quality of the creature. My 3-year-old son seemed to interact well with the book.

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When we got to mosquitoes, the text says, "Yes, even mosquitoes have their place. Like many other insects, they pollinate. However, I'm not an expert on children's books and my son didn't seem to mind. It's too early to tell if this will become one of his favorite books. However, it's one I would be happy to read multiple times to him.


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This review was written for LibraryThing Early Reviewers. Bks2Tch Sep 5, Jennisis Sep 5, This book is successful in its portrayal of creepy critters as deserving of praise.

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Curiously, there are two poems devoted to the bat while every other animal has only one entry, and there are numerous other creatures that deserve the attention. The seeming exceptions are simply facts of beauty we have not yet grasped. Reviewed by Aimee Jodoin July 26, Disclosure: This article is not an endorsement, but a review. The author of this book provided free copies of the book and paid a small fee to have their book reviewed by a professional reviewer.

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