. . . or, maybe not
Can You Make a Scary Face?
by Jan Thomas
Well, it's very good to know that you all can make scary faces. I think they might come in handy . . .
You see, I like to use my imagination, I'm a librarian after all, I love reading--
Oh, I see here that someone else likes to use their imagination
Use Your Imagination
by Nicola O'Byrne
(using the Hula Hoop Rocket Ship)
...AND Bananas! What happened to having bananas?
Is someone's telephone ringing? NO?
Oh--it's coming from inside this book . . .
by Lisa Thiesing
Oh dear, someone's imagination was running away with them, that Peggy, she was all worried for nothing.
But . . . What If . . .
by Frances Thomas
I know another little character that let his imagination run away with him . . .
Jumpy Jack and Googily
by Meg Rosoff
That Jumpy Jack and Googily, what a pair (of socks!--no no no) of friends they are.
Okay, are YOU ready for bed?
What? You're worried there might be a SOCK under the bed?
What if . . . there was something a little worse than a sock?
What do you think your mama would do?
by Paulette Bogan
Whew, I'm so glad that worked out so well for little Lulu --and those pigs!
But what if your mama's a MONSTER??!!
What if YOU were the monsters?
(ha ha -- wink at the mama's in the audience!)
The Monster Bed
by Jeanne Willis
Dear me! Afraid of humans, what a silly little monster Dennis is.
Remember your scary faces? I think we're going to need them here . . .
Go Away Big Green Monster
by Lois Ehlert
REVERSE and REMOVE the pieces,
and then it's . . .
"And don't come back, unless I say so!"
Show me that scary face--one more time
Whoops, that was WAY too scary -- I'm outta here :)
Thanks for coming to storytime, we'll see you next time--just no more scary faces!