The pictures in the book are made out of differnt objects like aluminum pans, st I recommend this book for intermediate to advanced children. The pictures in the book are made out of differnt objects like aluminum pans, straws, paper, feathers, etc. Very fun illustrations.
Nov 27, Brittany added it. Genre: poetry Summary: this is a collection of poems and haikus that tell the story of everyday life in the city in which they live 1 accuracy- language 2 in many of the haikus listed in this book collection, all the senses of the reader are stimulated in order to best understand each of the poems.
Cc this is a wonderful example of haikus and how to write them. This could be used when dealing w Genre: poetry Summary: this is a collection of poems and haikus that tell the story of everyday life in the city in which they live 1 accuracy- language 2 in many of the haikus listed in this book collection, all the senses of the reader are stimulated in order to best understand each of the poems.
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This could be used when dealing with haikus and other forms of poetry in the classroom. Nov 22, Quiana Coston added it Shelves: e-poetry. The main character Tiana is the narrator of the many poems that reflects her culture and life. The poems also uses a word as the inspiration for that particular poem.
Review: Great introduction to poetry.
I like many other books by the author, Nikki Grimes. Poems are short and simple enough to entice novice readers to continue reading. Possible uses: 1. Oct 19, Debbie Hayes-miller rated it it was amazing Shelves: poetry. Nikki Grimes uses free verse and haiku poems to show the life of a young girl in the city. The poems reflect different seasons, animals, baseball, food, and life in Harlem. Her poems are lively and descriptive. What catches your attention is the illustrations! They are very unique collage illustrations by Javaka Steptoes made from a wide range of materials, including a hand-sculpted, gilded alaphet.
The illustrations are almost 3-D and jump out on the page. Very cool! Jan 31, Janelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-s-books. I think this is a great poetry book to read with kids. It's colorful and the multi-media illustrations could inspire follow-up arts and crafts. Children could also take turns choosing their own words and writing poems about them.
I think the poet does a nice job capturing the essence of a word - "spring" is planted, "hot" is thirsty, etc. These poems are linked together to tell Tiana's story, as the seasons change. Jul 25, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: children-s-books. This book combines a year's worth of free verse and haiku poems from Nikki Grimes with colorful collage art from Javaka Steptoe.
The poems, featuring an African-American girl named Tiana, are playful, as are the illustrations. My favorite poem: "Pigeons masquerade as wildlife. We're all city folk. Jan 25, Maria Avino rated it really liked it. This is a book that is centered around poems called haiku, in addition it is also a great picture book. I like this book because the words make it seem like you can see it. I think it is cool how it does that.
You can see the colors the details in your head while you are reading this book. Jul 11, Mckinley rated it did not like it Shelves: picture , poetry. Poems ok, didn't like illustrations. Oct 31, Stephanie Allen rated it really liked it Shelves: picture-book , poetry. This book is about a young girl who claims to have a pocket full of words and letters.
She uses them to make haiku poems. This book could be used to introduce poetry and haiku poems. Jul 09, Joey Gremillion rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-poetry. Jan 21, Krista the Krazy Kataloguer rated it it was amazing Shelves: read-childrens-books , read-childrens-poetry. I just love the illustrations in this book.
They look like they're made out of some kind of clay or dough-- almost as though you could eat them!
Apr 05, Janice rated it liked it Shelves: kids-lit. Tiana has words that she uses to make poetry. The poetry is interesting, but better yet is the art that goes with the poetry. The art work is inspired. Cutouts and layered art are wonderful. Sep 15, Paul Hankins rated it it was amazing Shelves: art-to-writing-bridge-book , children-s-poetry , friends-in-the-business , generate-and-foster-creativity , mr-hankins-says-don-t-miss , one-book-four-hands-pick , poetry-celebration-of-childhood , poetry-celebration-of-family , poetry-economic-diversity , poetry-focus-on-form-length-style.
There must have been some kind of giveaway of late because I keep seeing A Pocketful of Poems popping up everywhere in my social media feed with teacher friends holding up their copy for display. And isn't this how haiku generally arrives to us anyway whether in a book form or in our just being here and what are being is for: pockets full of poems. A delight of both verse and vision, the juxtaposition of Nikki's haiku and Javak This book is almost sixteen years old and I don't want you to miss it. Very excited — I love her novels in verse. What poem will you have in your pocket, Laura?
You seem to be burning the candle at both ends, friend! Hope you have a great trip :-! I will miss being at a school for this day, Laura. It is so much fun sharing poems all around. Thanks for the extra resources.wcs2015.org/mi-azithromycin-und-hydroxychloroquine.php
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Have fun next week! What fun pocket crafts for poem-in-your-pocket day. Congrats on the release of your book! Australia is missing out on some good stuff. Must source some poems… Thanks for these fantabulous ideas! Great ideas, Laura! I also love the bulletin board idea!
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My copy of your novel is due to arrive tomorrow! I love it. More on this wonderful group of kids, later. Glad you enjoyed a gre8t poem in your pocket day.
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