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Entries from Children's Literature at the Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library tagged with 'poems'

Poems for Multiple Voices

Poems for multiple voices are poems that are meant to be read aloud by two or more people, with different lines for each reader. Sometimes the lines for different voices are in different colors, or they are physically separated on...

Unusual Poem Forms

Poetry comes in many forms, including unique visual forms. The books of poems in this list vary from acrostics to concrete and multi-voiced poems. Concrete poetry is also sometimes referred to as visual poetry. Try a few of these books...

Black Poetry Day: October 17th

October 17th is Black Poetry Day. In honor of this day, this month's blog post focuses on materials by and about black poets in the S-Collection. In 1760 Jupiter Hammon became the first published African-American poet. Black Poetry Day is...

Jack Prelutsky -- The First Children's Poet Laureate

This month, children's author and poet Jack Prelutsky will celebrate his 67th birthday. He will also mark the halfway point in his two year tenure as the nation's first Children's Poet Laureate. Newly created by the Poetry Foundation in 2006,...

Poetry + Math = Fun!

"Words and images are the keys to communicating mathematical reasoning and insight. These tools can connect math with a world of things -- real and imaginary -- that matter to kids and have the power to make math intuitive, clear,...

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