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Yesterday we talked of little ears, today let’s talk about hands.
Since I talked about some “short” poems yesterday (i.e., haiku), let’s talk about some little poems today!
Today’s picture book poetry collection is another “new-to-me” book and a collection that boys might possibly enjoy.
Today is Earth Day. I would be remiss if I didn’t somehow tie it into something somehow related. How about a picture book poetry collection about things that live in the Earth?
It’s hard to not get lost in collections of picture book poetry by Lee Bennett Hopkins (he is in the Guinness Book of World Records for most poetry anthologies after all), but I promise this is the last one this month.
Poetry inspires art. That’s probably the backbone of almost every picture book I’ve talked about so far this month. But today, the opposite is true: art inspires poetry.
Today’s post brings one more picture book collection of poetry created with a holiday in mind.