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Children"s Enjoyment Through Poetry

Ben Feierstein

Children"s Enjoyment Through Poetry

by Ben Feierstein

  • 63 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by Vantage Press .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages67
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10466813M
ISBN 100533051215
ISBN 109780533051212

Poetry Books for Kids From the youngest age, little kids love the rhythm of rhymes, and poetry is a great way to help kids develop literacy skills. As they get older, children are drawn to the more sophisticated patterns of poetry and free verse. Kind of like chocolate, come to think of it. Well, when they’re done right, poetry picture books are the picture book equivalent of chocolate. Poetry has so many benefits for kids, including developing an awareness of language, phonic patterns, and rhythms, and helping children to express their own experience through writing.

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Children's literature in primary schools 55 City Road, London: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: going through the traditional chant. This is a book for reading aloud and Identify the benefits of that book for children's enjoyment and engagement with books and stories and suggest how it might support language and literacy development. The best poetry brings the reader to a deeper level of hilarity, inspiration or human-ness because the author uses the elements of poetry successfully to fully engage the reader. Each word is a gem, chosen for a particular response in the audience; a good poet can hit the reader just right with the right phrasing, word choice, rhythm, rhyme or.


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How to Publish a Poetry E-book in 7 Simple Steps. We wanted to make poetry affordable—less than a cup of coffee and a scone—and the only way to do that was through e-book technology (and the grace of poet-friends willing to contribute poems for practically nothing).

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