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eBook Poetry for Young People: Animal Poems ePub

by John Hollander,Simona Mulazzani

  • ISBN: 1402709269
  • Category: Literature and Fiction
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: John Hollander,Simona Mulazzani
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sterling (September 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 48
  • ePub book: 1140 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1172 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 134

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5-7 This book had so many great animal poems that all had some deeper meaning.

Although animal poetry anthologies for young people abound, this one from the Poetry for Young People series sets itself apart by featuring a number of writers more commonly encountered in high-school and college literature courses than in elementary and middle-school classrooms. A few of the poems appear in translation, but most represent the works of English and American writers such as Blake, Carroll, Dickinson, Emerson, Frost, -Keats, Lawrence, Lear, Melville, Roethke, Rosetti, Stevens, Swenson, Tennyson, Wordsworth, and Yeats. This book had so many great animal poems that all had some deeper meaning.

Poetry for Young People book. I love that at the bottom of the poems are vocabulary words that the intended Author: Simona Mulazzani Grade Level: 3-5 Content: Poetry, variety of animals. This book includes a table of contents. This table could be used to reinforce the usage for the table of contents.

Hollander, John; Mulazzani, Simona. A Selection of Scholastic Book Clubs, John Hollander has written A Crackling of Thorns (chosen by . Auden for the Yale Series of Younger Poets), as well as literary criticism and children's books. He is currently the Sterling Professor of English at Yale. Simona Mulazanni is a successful and much loved children?s book artist in Italy.

Over the course of an astonishing career, Hollander influenced generations of poets and thinkers with his critical work, his anthologies and his poetry. In the words of J. D. McClatchy, Hollander was "a formidable presence in American literary life. Hollander’s eminence as a scholar and critic was in some ways greater than his reputation as a poet

Animal Poems Modern Poetry Poetry Books Children's Literature All About Animals Young People Literary Criticism Big . This is a book full of poems.

Animal Poems Modern Poetry Poetry Books Children's Literature All About Animals Young People Literary Criticism Big Books Teaching Poetry Bands. An appreciation for poetry is something you can instill in your children at a young age. This series introduces the works of some of the most talented poets in. Darcy Ogle. These poems are all about animals. There is also background information of the authors of the poems in the book.

John Hollander (October 28, 1929 – August 17, 2013) was an American poet and literary critic. At the time of his death, he was Sterling Professor Emeritus of English at Yale University, having previously taught at Connecticut College, Hunter College, and the Graduate Center, CUNY. Hollander was born in Manhattan, to Muriel (Kornfeld) and Franklin Hollander, Jewish immigrant parents.

Animal Poems, by John Hollander. This template for a color poem is perfect for the younger students to use to get familiar with poetry layout and stye. KVCC Library: So much more than books. View this Pin. Error-404 - Rainbow Resource. Parenting From The Inside Out. Poetry Writing Unit - Poetry Notebook, Posters, and Activities for Primary.

John Hollander was born in New York City on October 28, 1929

John Hollander was born in New York City on October 28, 1929. He attended Columbia and Indiana Universities and was a Junior Fellow of the Society of Fellows of Harvard University. He has also written books for children and has collaborated on operatic and lyric works with such composers as Milton Babbitt, George Perle, and Hugo Weisgall.

Part of the Poetry for Young People Series). Poetry for young people - Animal Poems. ISBN13:9780545035477. Select Format: Hardcover. Release Date:January 2007.

limerick)  The Complete Nonsense of Edward Lear (Edward Lear)  Scranimals (Jack Prelutsky)  The Beauty of the Beast: Poems from the Animal Kingdom (Jack Prelutsky)  Poetry for Young People: Animal Poems (John Hollander and Simona Mulazzani) INFORMATIONAL TEXTS Informational Text General    Seeing Eye to Eye (National Geographic Explorier!) (Leslie Hall) (E) Good Pet, Bad Pet (Ranger Rick, June 2002) (Elizabeth Schleichert) (E) National Geographic Encyclopedia of Animals (George McKay) Veterinarians I Want.

The writers include Blake, Dickinson, Tennyson, Yeats, Wordsworth, and Keats. The captivating paintings by Simona Mulazanni make every page a delight. And the subject—animals, big and small, wild and tame— has an irresistible appeal to children. William Blake’s “The Tyger” burns bright in the lush image that accompanies the verse. Hillaire Belloc pays tribute to an elephant in a short, witty stanza accompanied by an adorable picture of the creature sitting on a small wood stool. Among the other poems are Marianne Moore’s “A Jellyfish” and Edward Lear’s charming, songlike “The Owl and the Pussycat.”A Selection of Scholastic Book Clubs.John Hollander has written A Crackling of Thorns (chosen by W. H. Auden for the Yale Series of Younger Poets), as well as literary criticism and children’s books. He has served as editor for many poetry collections, among them An Anthology of Poems for Young People (with Harold Bloom). He is currently the Sterling Professor of English at Yale.Simona Mulazanni is a successful and much loved children’s book artist in Italy.

Comments

Hadadel Hadadel
I think most children like animals...this book collects poems about animals by known authors with full, bright illustrations, and quick information about the poems/authors. Some poems have words defined to help children better understand the poems, and all say something about the author and the content of the poem...not a regurgitated, tell the child what to think explanation...just some helpful information. I usually don't read the extra info to my younger children unless they ask more questions. The poems selected are great...and there are quite a few. So far the favorite is The Tyger by William Blake. My five year old has it memorized. She loves Rudyard Kipling's poem about Mowgli learning to hunt with the wolf pack too...great repetition. Animals are a good start in developing an interest in poetry. We also have some of this series on specific poets, which are just as good, but the younger children aren't as interested in overall. The illustrations help with the youngest children...read them well and children like to listen, even when they don't understand.
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It was terrible and had markings all the way through it.
Vinainl Vinainl
This book had so many great animal poems that all had some deeper meaning. (Those are my favorite type of poems)