The Best Nonsense Verses, Collected by Josephine Dodge Daskam
From Lewis Carroll’s Jabberwocky to limericks written by Edward Lear, some of the crankiest, most logical and lyrical people turn common sense upside-down. May they inspire the child inside you to find your way through the most challenging situations with a new set of eyes!
Boys And Girls, by James W. Foley
Many of these 114 poems were written from children’s points of view. I especially enjoyed reading “Old Hallowe’en Friends”. The poem is spoken by a spunky young girl who talks herself out of being frightened by a Jack ‘O Lantern. I performed for you:Track #96 Old Hallowe’en FriendsTrack #99 Verses of a Little Child. Reading…
Leave It To Psmith, Chapter 4, by P.G. Wodehouse
John Reid of D’Oyly Carte Opera Company, and Edward Petherbridge of the Dorothy L. Sayers Mystery Series inspired me as I recorded Chapter 4 of Leave It To Psmith by P. G. Wodehouse, Painful Scene At The Drones Club.