hist whist by e.e. cummings.
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hist whist by e. e. cummings. Illustrated by Deborah Kogan Ray. hist whist little ghostthings tip-toe twinkle-toe little twitchy witches and tingling goblins hob-a-nob hob-a-nob look up poem on google
Hist Whist by e.e. cummings, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0440844584/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_I1-nqb0RZDZP8
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hist whist by e.e. Cummings illustrated by Deborah Kogan Ray Trumpet 1991 Good vintage softcover. Corners are bumped. Some very light creasing to wrappers. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. Otherwise, a good copy.
Amber was brave, Essie was smart by Vera B. Williams.
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"Amber Was Brave, Essie Was Smart: The Story of Amber and Essie Told Here in Poems and Pictures" by Vera B. Williams
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Amber was Brave, Essie was Smart by Vera B. Williams. Check out Morgan & Gable's review of Sharon Creech's Hate That Cat here: http://chaptersandscenes.wordpress.com/2014/07/03/morgan-and-gable-review-hate-that-cat/
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De Paola, T. (1981). The hunter and the animals. New York, NY: Holiday House.
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The Hunter and the Animals: A Wordless Picture Book: Tomie dePaola: 9780823404285: Amazon.com: Books
The Hunter and the Animals: A Wordless Picture Book by Tomie Depaola
The Hunter and the Animals has 47 ratings and 9 reviews. Heather said: The Hunter and the Animals is a wordless book that utilizes a unique form of art. ...
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Falling up by Shel Silverstein.
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Falling Up -- Shel Silverstein was a poet and illustrator that I really enjoyed in elementary school. I remember renting this particular book from the school library several times.
Falling Up by Shel Silverstein is a children's poetry book, but it's really fun and great! the ilustrations are super cool too, and go really well with the poems!! :)
This book is one of Shel Silverstein collection of poetry books. It is great book to read everyday to th class.
Falling Up - Children's Book - Hardcover Harper Collins Publishers http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0042SWMXO/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_uHaLtb14323JAAAA
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One of my Favorite books :)
great kids book.
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Be glad your nose is on your face and other poems.
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Be Glad Your Nose Is on Your Face: And Other Poems: Some of the Best of Jack Prelutsky: Jack Prelutsky, Brandon Dorman: 9780061576539: Amazon.com: Books
I, Too, Sing America by Stephen Alcorn, Catherine Clinton
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I, too, sing America : three centuries of African-American poetry selected and annotated by Catherine Clinton
I, Too, Sing America. by Catherine Clinton. Twenty-five African American poets writing from the 1700s to the present explore issues of social justice. (Damico, 2005).
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I, Too, Sing America: Three Centuries of African American Poetry by Catherine Clinton http://www.amazon.com/dp/0395895995/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Of71tb00JDZN7ZF2
It can be difficult to know which famous, iconic poets are appropriate to introduce to children, which poets children may take a liking to and at what ages. This collection allows children to explore numerous examples of African American poetry over the years, including but not limited to: Lucy Terry, Rita Dove, Langston Hughes, Countee Cullen, W. E. B. Dubois, and Gwendolyn Brooks.
I, Too, Sing America: Three Centuries of African American Poetry by Catherine Clinton et al., http://www.amazon.com/dp/0395895995/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_bBcMub1KKXXZS. Some books have some wonderful artwork and also make a good read :)
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This panorama of poetry recognizes the contributions that African Americans have made to literature from 1730 to the present.
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The Invisible Ladder: An Anthology of Contemporary American Poems for Young Readers edited by Liz Rosenberg
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In a spring garden edited by Richard Lewis, illustrated by Ezra Jack Keats
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Cool Salsa, bilingual poems on growing up Latino in the United States edited by Lori M. Carlson
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"Cool Salsa: Bilingual Poems on Growing Up Latino in the United States" by Lori Marie Carlson, Oscar Hijuelos. La Casa Azul Bookstore loves #Latinolit
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Cool Salsa: Bilingual Poems on Growing Up Latino in the United States (Spanish Edition) by Lori Marie Carlson
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Cool Salsa: Bilingual Poems on Growing Up Latino in the United States / L. Carlson & O. Hijuielos
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Cool Salsa: Bilingual Poems on Growing Up Latino in the United States (Spanish Edition) [Lori Marie Carlson, Oscar Hijuelos] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Growing up Latino in America means speaking two languages, living two lives, learning the rules of two cultures. Cool Salsa celebrates the tones
Cool Salsa: Bilingual Poems on Growing Up Latino in the United States (Spanish Edition): Lori Marie Carlson, Oscar Hijuelos: 9781250016782: Amazon.com: Books
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Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices by Paul Fleischman
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Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices :: Includes "Fireflies," a Common Core text exemplar, Grades 2-3 Read-Aloud Poetry.
Not a picture book, but a splendid book for children and adults all the same. It's full of poems meant to be read together--almost like a small play. The poems are lovely, too.
1989 Newbery Medal: Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices by Paul Fleischman / PS3556 .L42268 J69 / http://catalog.wrlc.org/cgi-bin/Pwebrecon.cgi?BBID=482418
Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices by Paul Fleischman. $5.99. Reading level: Ages 1 and up. Author: Paul Fleischman. Publisher: HarperCollins; First Edition edition (December 28, 2004). Publication: December 28, 2004
Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices by Paul Fleischman. $4.21. 64 pages. Publisher: HarperCollins (May 21, 2013). Author: Paul Fleischman
Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices: Paul Fleischman, Eric Beddows: 9780064460934: Amazon.com: Books
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Newbery Award Winner in 1989.
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How to cross a pond: Poems about water by Marilyn Singer
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How to Cross a Pond: Poems about Water Marilyn Singer (Author), Meilo So (Illustrator)
Once I ate a pie by Patricia MacLachlan
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Once I Ate a Pie - awesome read aloud for young students of dog poems written by Patricia MacLachlan
Perfect Picture Book Friday! Once I Ate a Pie by Patricia MacLachlan and Emily MacLachlan Charest. From This Kid Reviews Books. Poetry and dogs in a picture book for kids!
children's book @Maegen Lindsey Im shocked you haven't got the kids this lol B and Cale would love it
Use Once I Ate a Pie as a fourth grade mentor text. Poems from a dog's point of view. Suggested by Fit to be Fourth.
A list of mentor texts for dog lovers! Several grade levels - good for writing lessons.
Once I Ate A Pie- Patricia MacLachlan. A mustread for a dog lover. Great stories.
just love this "tail to wag and tale to tell" childrens book
Hello Everyone! Today, I am linking up with Jennifer from Mrs. Laffin's Laughings for her fun linky, A Peek at my Week. I am also linking up with Collaboration Cuties for their wonderful linky Must Read Mentor Texts. This week's topic is language arts. I would like to share a mentor text I will use this week. This week, we will begin a focus on point of view in reading. One of my favorite books to introduce point of view is a book of poems titled, Once I Ate a Pie. This is a great poetry book where all of the poems are told from a dog's point of view. Here is an example of one of my favorites. The illustrations are great too! After sharing several of these poems with students, we talk about how they would change if they were told from the dog owner's point of view. I then have the students rewrite some of the poems in their writing notebook. Here is the example I use (from the poem above). Point of view is one of my favorite things to teach. I am looking forward to sharing more resources with you soon. As far as the rest of my week goes, I will be spending the majority of my time completing progress reports. They will go home with students on Friday. After checking the weather for Monday and Tuesday, I am questioning whether we will have school or not. I hate falling behind with my plans, but I would sure put that time to good use if school ends up being cancelled! Have a great week! Thank you!
11 Kids' Picture Books for Dog Lovers of All Ages
Red Sings from Treetops by Joyce Sidman
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This is really a poetry book ssh! don’t tell. Isn’t it beautiful though and the illustrations are so interesting, it would hold a child’s attention in the same way as a picture book. From Red Sings from Treetops. http://catherinemjohnson.wordpress.com/2012/09/28/red-sings-from-treetops/#comment-7378
One thing everyone can relate to is the weather. In some parts of the world, that means seasons. In her Caldecott Honor book, Joyce Sidman explores this sensory topic through mental images and similes, accompanied by Pamela Zagarenski's evocative illustrations.
Sidman, J. (2009). Red sings from treetops. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Books for Children. / In this picture book of poetry, Sidman invites readers to experience an array of colors that can be found in nature during each of the four seasons. / Caldecott Honor book 2010 / Could be used as a read-aloud in collaboration with a primary instructor who is teaching the seasons to her students.
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Book Cover Art: Red Sings from Treetops
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Red Sings from Treetops: A Year in Colors by Joyce Sidman is a 2010 Caldecott Honor Book. This picture book is unique in its presentation of the seasons and of colors. The illustrator, Pamela Zagarenski shows her exceptional talent with her mixed media paintings on wood and computer illustration. This is a new technique that I have not seen before and it adds depth and visually appealing attributes to the illustrations. Also, particular to this book is the way the color words are highlighted in their own hue. Whether it be red, purple, or even azure, the reader can visually identify the color as it is read. Sidman also uses onomatopoeia throughout the book but what is even more striking is her use of rich, vibrant language that immerses the reader into a color-rich environment that the reader can see, taste, smell, and hear. Describing colors in such depth is a unique art form that Sidman has mastered in her own individual way. I believe my reaction to this book is so positive because I am the type of person that enjoys being outdoors and closing my eyes and experiencing the warmth of the sun, the chirping of the birds and the smell of fresh cut grass. When presented with a book that so richly describes nature in such beautiful language, it is hard not to be drawn in by the author. Sidman's website, www.joycesidman.com, states that she has published 9 children's books and two more are on their way. Some additional titles I found were: Dark Emperor and Other Poems of the Night This is Just to Say: Poems of Apology and Forgiveness Ubiquitous: Celebrating Nature's Survivors Meow Ruff: A Story in Concrete Poetry Sidman offers a wealth of books using poetry in a pleasing platform that children can enjoy. Her books would be a wonderful addition to any classroom library and would help diversify the content to include poetry which can often be unintentionally left out of the classroom library collection.
Here in Harlem by Walter Dean Myers