2018-02-28 / Book Review

Oh, Me, Oh My, Oh, How I Wish That I Could Fly!’


“Oh, Me, Oh My, Oh, How I Wish That I Could Fly!” written and illustrated by Elizabeth Uhlig has just been published. For children, ages 3 through 8 (Marble House Editions, paperback, 32 pages, $12.95). “Oh, Me, Oh My, Oh, How I Wish That I Could Fly!” written and illustrated by Elizabeth Uhlig has just been published. For children, ages 3 through 8 (Marble House Editions, paperback, 32 pages, $12.95). Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fly?

Where would you go?

And how would you go?

Who would go with you?

You might use your own flying machine, a winged horse, or a magic carpet!

In this fanciful rhyming poem, author/illustrator Elizabeth Uhlig shows us what we can do using the power of our imagination, Uhlig wanted to “show children the power of the imagination, and also different facets of life: urban, suburban and rural,” and even of outer space. Illustrated by collages of cut-out photographs and pieces of colored and patterned paper, Uhlig’s skillful and charming cutting and composition inspires her readers to whimsical heights.

To order your autographed copy, mail $13.00 + $2.00 postage to

Marble House Editions

96-09 66th Avenue, Suite 1D

Rego Park, New York 11374 or phone 718.896.4186, or email elizabeth.uhlig.7@gmail.com.

The book is also available through Amazon and author visits to schools.

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