A side-splittingly funny picture book about a silly donkey, a cranky yam, and an irresistible ewe, packed with hilarious homonyms and the distinctive humor of Newbery Honoree Cece Bell. For fans of P is for Pterodactyl.
Hilarity meets homonyms in this high-comedy companion to I Yam a Donkey by Cece Bell.
A persnickety spud, Yam, introduces the grammar-challenged Donkey to a new friend, Ewe, a lady sheep.
The confusion between “ewe” and “you” results in a fabulously funny series of who’s-on-first misunderstandings, even though Yam explains the concept of homonyms to Donkey clearly enough for the youngest of readers to understand.
Heightening the humor is an over-the-top love triangle, because everyone is in love with You. Err, Ewe. Perfect for Valentine’s Day or any day!---from the publisher
32 pages 978-1328526113 Ages 4-7
Keywords: humor, fun, grammar, Language Arts Curriculum, homonyms, 4 year old, 5 year old, 6 year old, 7 year old, animals, potato, love