She seems to fly under everybody's radar, but here in Atlanta, we have an author of kids' books called Babs Hajdusiewicz. She's written stories in all sizes and formats, but I think that my favorite of the ones that I have seen is a goofy collection of 67 poems offering sensible and cautionary advice in a very silly way.
"Reviewing" poetry, in the context of this blog and not academic papers, seems like herding cats to me, but I can certainly recommend this collection to anybody who's enjoyed Shel Silverstein's Where the Sidewalk Ends or A Light in the Attic, or, in other words, everybody who reads English. It is a ridiculous and fun and lighthearted collection of imaginative and goofy poems, and a perfectly good way to spend time reading to a child. Find a kid and a comfortable chair, or find your inner kid and do the same. The book's just great.