In the land of words : new and selected poems
Source:HarperCollins, Volume 1st, New York, p.47 (2004)
Call Number:Cubb Curr PS3557 .R39416 I5 2004
Keywords:American, American poetry, Children's poetry
Contents: In the land of words -- Part I: The poet/the poem -- Nathaniel's rap -- To catch a fish -- Keepsake -- New baby poem (I) -- New baby poem (II) -- Way down in the music -- Making friends -- Flowers -- Excerpt from Family -- Part II: In the land -- Books -- Story -- Twister -- Jokes -- Riddles -- Poet/poem -- Poem -- Two poems -- Oh, words -- I don't care -- I go to the land.; Summary: The words can come from a memory, or a dream, or something I see or hear or wonder about or imagine. Maybe there's a place where words live, where our minds and hearts can go and find them when we want to write or read. I like to imagine that there is such a place. I call it "The Land of Words." In this collection of twenty-one poems, National Council of Teachers of English Excellence in Poetry for Children Award winner Eloise Greenfield journeys to a place where words, creativity, and imagination abound. Featuring the poems "In the Land of Words," "Books," and "Poem," as well as favorites such as "Nathaniel's Rap" and "Way Down in the Music," this tribute to the written word invites readers to look within themselves and discover what inspires them.
Book level 3.8; Ages 4-8