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The Silly Book is a children's book by Stoo Hample, first published in 1961 and reissued in 2004. It includes silly songs, silly names to call people and things, silly recipes, silly poems, silly things to say, and "silly nothings". Hample's first book, it was originally edited by Ursula Nordstrom.

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  • The Silly Book is a children's book by Stoo Hample, first published in 1961 and reissued in 2004. It includes silly songs, silly names to call people and things, silly recipes, silly poems, silly things to say, and "silly nothings". Hample's first book, it was originally edited by Ursula Nordstrom.
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  • Boodleheimer on the cover
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  • The Silly Book is a children's book by Stoo Hample, first published in 1961 and reissued in 2004. It includes silly songs, silly names to call people and things, silly recipes, silly poems, silly things to say, and "silly nothings". Hample's first book, it was originally edited by Ursula Nordstrom. It has been described as "a classic pastiche of poems, songs, jokes, drawings and goofy remarks", as a book that "defies categorization", and as "the literary equivalent of a child's giggle fit" and "a humor reference point for countless knee-high baby boomers."At the starting page, it shows two of the main characters, Boodleheimer and the Easter Bunny (although he looks more like a worm), and is later changed to Mother Goose. It also has a boy and a girl as the main characters, whose names are J.B. and Louise.The book also inspired an LP called The Silly Record. In 2010, a new edition of The Silly Book was packaged with the first-ever release of The Silly Record on CD.
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  • 818/.5402 21
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  • PN6166 .H36 2004
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