A Pirate Named Molly by Randy Imwalleis 56 original limericks accompanied by primitive-style (no shading) illustrations. Topics include classic children's stories (Three Little Pigs), Holidays (Thanksgiving), and US History (Wright Brothers), but my favorites were the completely originals like:
A young witch lived close to the oceanFor the youngest, this is a good book for parents to read, and for the older ones, there is a section at the back on how to write limericks for them to try their hand at this universal art.
She searched for just the right potion
No newt eyes or frog toes
No bat wool or dog nose
What she needed was high SPF lotion.
A charming book for the K-8 crowd.
I received a nice paper copy as a winner of the Goodreads First Reads give away program. CORRECTION: I mistaken stated that Amazon only offers the eBook version.That was incorrect. Here is the link A Pirate Named Molly (on paper)