The Kingfisher Book of Children's Poetry

Kingfisher, 1993 - 256 páginas
In this comprehensive collection, Michael Rosen encourages children to see poetry as lively and entertaining. To this end, he has included ballads, limericks, riddles, and nonsense verse, as well as a wide variety of poetry old and new, from ancient China to 19th-century Norway and modern Guyana. Illustrated with more than 100 fanciful line drawings.

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Summary: My favorite poem in this book was the poem, "String." I doesn't really tell a story but the girl wants a string with all these different animals on it. The poem itself wraps around like a ... Leer comentario completo

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Michael Rosen is a best-selling poet and writer for children, as well as a recognized authority on children's literature. His books include The Kingfisher Book of Children's Poetry, The Kingfisher Treasury of Funny Stories, and Walking the Bridge of Your Nose. He is also the author of the best-selling We're Going on a Bear Hunt.

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