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Edward Lear's The Scroobious Pip

Author: Edward LearOgden NashNancy Ekholm BurkertHarper & Row, Publishers.Neff Lithographing Company, Inc.All authors
Publisher: New York ; Evanston ; London : Harper & Row, Publishers, ©1968.
Edition/Format:   Book : Poetry : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Literature of Delight. Nash completed this verse by Lear, brought fantastically into focus by the images in Burkert's generous, splendid paintings. Turn this over to young readers and ask them just what is the Pip. Or, what is he not?

In this verse by Lear and completed by Ogden Nash, the Scroobious Pip visits various places while all the animals, birds, fish, and insects try to figure out what exactly he is.

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Genre/Form: Children's poetry
Nonsense verse
Fantasy literature
Illustrators' autographs (Provenance)
Dust jackets (Bindings)
Juvenile poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lear, Edward, 1812-1888.
Scroobious Pip.
New York, Harper & Row [1968]
(OCoLC)566133295
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Lear; Ogden Nash; Nancy Ekholm Burkert; Harper & Row, Publishers.; Neff Lithographing Company, Inc.; A. Horowitz & Son.
ISBN: 0064431320 9780064431323
OCLC Number: 304604
Notes: The original unfinished text was taken from the author's Teapots and quails published in 1953.
Baldwin Library copy signed by the illustrator.
Lithography by Neff Lithographing Company, Inc. ; bound by A. Horowitz & Son.
Description: [25] pages : color illustrations ; 31 cm
Other Titles: Scroobious Pip
Responsibility: completed by Ogden Nash ; illustrated by Nancy Ekholm Burkert.

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Literature of Delight. Nash completed this verse by Lear, brought fantastically into focus by the images in Burkert's generous, splendid paintings. Turn this over to young readers and ask them just what is the Pip. Or, what is he not?

In this verse by Lear and completed by Ogden Nash, the Scroobious Pip visits various places while all the animals, birds, fish, and insects try to figure out what exactly he is.

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