Poetry S Playground

Author: Joseph T. Thomas
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814332962
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The first book-length study of contemporary American children's poetry, Poetry's Playground considers children's poetry in relation to the wider scope of adult poetic discourse.

Simply Poetry

Author: Ellinor Campbell
ISBN: 9780864585592
Size: 21.80 MB
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The book includes something for everyone, from early childhood educators to parents and grandparents.

Exploring Children S Literature

Author: Nikki Gamble
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 1446283062
Size: 42.61 MB
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This book introduces the role of children's literature in promoting reading for pleasure and creating lifelong readers.

Exploring Books With Children

Author: Iris M. Tiedt
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH)
Size: 15.95 MB
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My Sister Looks Like a Pear; Awakening the Poetry in EXPLORING POETRY
Young People. Hart, 1974. WITH CHILDREN Arnstein, Flora J. Poetry and the
Young Child. Dover, 1970. Behn, Harry. Chrysalis. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich,
1968. Elementary English. "Experiencing Poetry" (a collection of articles) (
January 1975), pp. 103-50. Hopkins, Lee Bennett. Pass the Poetry, Please.
Citation, 1972. Koch, Kenneth. Wishes, Lies and Dreams: Teaching Children to
Write Poetry. Vintage ...

Moving Poetry

Author: Shirley Geok-lin Lim
Publisher: Hong Kong University Press
ISBN: 9622095526
Size: 15.96 MB
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This collection, showcasing the talents of budding young Hong Kong poets, projecting their powerful and diverse voices into the future, is for people who enjoy poetry and for those who wish to nurture the natural creativity of children.

Exploring Poetry

Author: Macha Louis Rosenthal
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Under tension, we find relief in pacing up and down, perhaps, or drumming our
fingers, tapping our feet, or humming a tune. When we are happy or excited we
find it hard to keep still. A classic if grotesque instance is the newsreel's recapture
of Hider's spontaneous little jig in the forest of Compiegne when France fell.
Children and young people respond to rhythm easily and express their emotions
poetically — in terms of singing and dancing — more freely than do older and
staider ...