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'''''Kermit’s Garden of Verses''''' is "a collection of poems written from the point of view of [[Kermit the Frog]] about his fellow Muppets," each poem of which is accompanied by a character or scene illustration.
 
'''''Kermit’s Garden of Verses''''' is "a collection of poems written from the point of view of [[Kermit the Frog]] about his fellow Muppets," each poem of which is accompanied by a character or scene illustration.
   

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Book.kermitsgardenofverses
Written by  Jack Prelutsky
Illustrator  Bruce McNally
Published  1982
Publisher  Random House
Series  Muppet Press Storybooks
ISBN  0394854101
GARDENverses

Kermit’s Garden of Verses is "a collection of poems written from the point of view of Kermit the Frog about his fellow Muppets," each poem of which is accompanied by a character or scene illustration.

The title is a spoof of Robert Louis Stevenson's 1885 volume, A Child's Garden of Verses.

This was meant to have been one of many volumes of books filled with poetry based on the Muppets, however sales of this title did not meet expectations and a contract with Prelutsky was cancelled. [1]

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  1. Kugiya, Hugo "A Poet Lets His Inner Child Out to Play" The Washington Post, December 31, 2006 [1]

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