The Ultimate Guide to Great Girl Books

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In "Reading with Meaning" Miller discusses how there should be a variety of types of books for children to read in the classroom. She states, "I believe children need to spend their time reading appropriate text - and i believe we need to broaden our definition of what's appropriate" (p. 45). By providing students with many different types of books - such as this poetry book by Shel Silverstein - we are not only broadening the what our definition is of "appropriate" literature, but we are al...

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"We believe ... that poems need to be read out loud," Myers says. "This is one of the joys of the book, and we really were able to determine if it really worked when we said it out loud."

Shel Silverstein's Poems Live On In 'Every Thing'

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Long central to the canon of British Romantic literature, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads is a fascinating case study in the history of poetry, publishing, and authorship.

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The poem that sparked my interest in poetry and literature.

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