Tall, Tall Tails is a book of children's poetry that allows the child to create a level of vivid imagery that is creative and colorful. It deals with everyday life for not only children, but adults the same. The poem "Barking Daisy," it is about a dog that is driving a woman completely mad with her abnoxious barking. Daisy is let outside at all hours of the day and night, and stands right at her window barking. She tries everything, but nothing works. Finally, she resorts to sleeping with ear plugs, and her problem is solved. The poems are written in a very unique and simple style, allowing the children to easily relate. Putting a twist on them, they are funny and exciting, yet encouraging good morals. Some of the poems are realistic, and some are just plain comical.