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on July 28, 2010 :
This is a collection of humorous limericks by U.K. novelist, Peter Salisbury, usually known for his "serious" science fictions novels, like "Passengers to Sentience," and it's upcoming sequel. I read several of these limericks to my two children and they loved every one.
One of my (many) favorites is;
A cute little android called Shelly
Looked marvelously good on the telly
But being a punk
She caused quite a funk
Drinking oil that was terribly smelly.
It is a small book uniquely designed for today's digital eReaders that will have you rereading it again and again. It is also suitable for all ages (IMHO).
(reviewed the day of purchase)