The Picture-Book Giant by Evaleen Stein Fairy poem

Once there was a fierce, defiant,
Greedy, grumpy, grizzly giant
In the pages of a picture-book, and he
Sometimes screamed, in sudden rages,
"I must jump out from these pages,
For this life's a much too humdrum one for me!
Fiddle-dee! Yes, this life's a quite too quiet one for me!"

So one rainy day he did it,
Took the picture-book and hid it,
Stamped his foot, and shouting loudly,
"Now I'm free!" Boldly started out, forgetting
That he could not stand a wetting!

He was just a paper giant, don't you see?
Dearie me! Just a gaudy, picture giant, don't you see?