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eBook Read-Aloud Poems for Young People download ISBN: 1579120512
Publisher: Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, Inc. (1997)
Language: English
ePub: 1977 kb
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Rating: 4.4
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Read-Aloud Poems for Youn. has been added to your Cart. I highly recommend this book as a tool to get young people introduced to poetry. Some are short and sweet, cute and funny, a sure hook to get the kids coming back for more.

Read-Aloud Poems for Youn.

Start by marking Read-Aloud Poems for Young People as Want to Read . This book introduces children to the magic and excitement of poetry. With over 400 poems arranges by subject, this collection enriches a child's repertoire and expands with the childs' growing interests

Start by marking Read-Aloud Poems for Young People as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. With over 400 poems arranges by subject, this collection enriches a child's repertoire and expands with the childs' growing interests. Selected from the world's best verse-they are perfect for reading aloud at bedtime, to a group of listeners, or when trying to capture a special moment. Many of the selections are enhanced with delightful, eye-catching illustrations. I liked how she wrote this poem and how everything just flowed in the poem.

Start by marking Read-Aloud Poems for Young People as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. I also liked how she stayed focused on the topic of hope and didn't go elsewhere. Overall I think this was very well put together and a great chapbook. I would recommend this to all my friends and rate it a five star I thought this poetry chapbook was very good and very well put together.

A collection of more than 200 short poems by both known and anonymous American and English authors.

More than 300 poems by such masters as Maya Angelou, A. A. Milne, Robert Frost, Dr. Seuss, and . I bought this collection for my nephew's children, and almost kept it myself. It is a total of 384 pages including the table of contents and indexes. It has poems by a wide range of English and American writers. There is nothing by Robert Service, for example, but she has included poems by some lesser known writers.

People Who Read Read-Aloud Rhymes for the Very Young Also Read. All truly easy to read aloud. The Horn Book Magazine. Inspired by Your Browsing History. Bound to develop an appreciation for poetry at a very young age. -School Library Journal. Parents will discover it is as much fun to read as it is for the little ones to hear. Marc Brown’s pictures of children and animals, each lovingly depicted, convey the universal childhood exuberance found in each rhyme. A Horn Book Fanfare Honor Book. A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year.

7 - Read-Aloud Revival with Sarah Mackenzie. and if we're talking nonsense, then we must include Carroll, as well. or perhaps we'll want to compare his vocabulary to Shakespeare's. Poetry Friday: Epitaph for a Mayfly, a new poetry cover reveal, and a BOOK WINNER! From National Geographic a book of regional poetry from the US. US/CANADA ends Dec.

READ-ALOUD CLASSICS includes fairy tales from Hans Christian Andersen and the Brothers Grimm, and selections from The Black Stallion, Kipling's Just-So Stories, The Story of Dr. Doolittle, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The Chronicles of Narnia, Little Women, and many more, reflecting. Doolittle, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The Chronicles of Narnia, Little Women, and many more, reflecting a diversity of styles, cultures, and subject matter. Full-color illustrations throughout-many drawn from the original books-enhance reading enjoyment.

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Comments: (7)
Falya
We love this book for poetry tea time at home! My young kids are not readers yet, so they find little pictures to point out what poem they want me to read and I love that they are active listeners. Most poems are small enough to keep their attention, and have some imagery, but not overly abstract.
The Apotheoses of Lacspor
I bought this collection for my nephew's children, and almost kept it myself. It is a total of 384 pages including the table of contents and indexes. It has poems by a wide range of English and American writers. Like all collections, the editor had to pick and choose. There is nothing by Robert Service, for example, but she has included poems by some lesser known writers. The editor has included short notes about the poets, many of whom died young, e.g., Emily Bronte at 30, Robert Burns at 37, Joyce Kilmer at 32 (at the Second Battle of the Marne), Edgar Allan Poe at 40, etc.
The poetry ranges from Poe's "The Raven" to Kilmer's "Trees" and Longfellow's "The Village Blacksmith," among others. It includes many poems that are well known, intermixed with many that are lesser known. The choices are not always the ones I personally would have chosen, but tastes vary from reader to reader. In some cases the editor has included a full poem where most readers are only familiar with a single verse.
Berenn
A beautiful collection of poems. I read with my 7 and 9 old over tea.
Jare
The best!
Jogas
This is collection of some of my favorite poems from my own childhood that I can now share with my grandchildren. They also use thie book in her Elementary School as part of their read aloud segment in Language Studies.

I highly recommend this book as a tool to get young people introduced to poetry. Some are short and sweet, cute and funny, a sure hook to get the kids coming back for more.
Shou
I'm so glad I purchased this for my kids! What a treasury of delightful poetry!
Goll
One of my 3 yr old's and my favorite books of poetry. - I've actually been reading the poems to him from this collection since he was 2. We both love it and use it often in our reading times together before bed.
Bought this one for my Grand daughter because it contained some poetry by some of my favorite authors and was blown away by the variety of authors and poetry contained. It's one of the best anthologies of poetry for children, should be on every family book shelf and read regularly.