Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Recap of the Final Days of National Poetry Month at Wild Rose Reader


REMINDER: Leave a comment at any one of my posts at Wild Rose Reader dated April 27th through April 30th and I will include your name in a drawing to win a children’s poetry book. The drawing will take place tomorrow, May 1, 2008. I have two poetry books as prizes. If you leave/have left a comment at Wild Rose Reader during these final days of National Poetry Month, you may win one of the following poetry books:

100 Favorite Poems
Written by Mary Ann Hoberman
Illustrated by Betty Fraser
(This book was signed by the author.)

Written by Arnold Adoff
illustrated by Jerry Pinkney

Recap of the Final Days of National Poetry Month at Wild Rose Reader

April 27--Another Ring/Drum/Blanket Poem
April 28--Earthworms: An Animal Mask Poem
April 29--Poems of Apology
April 30--Here is a Poem About...#3 and Food for Thought: Three Original Poems

Elsewhere in the Kidlitosphere

Poetry in the Classroom at The Miss Rumphius Effect
America at War
Monday: Who Was the Woman Who Wore the Hat?
Tuesday: Voices from Other Lands
Wednesday: Quiet, Little Books

Bloggers Who Are Posting Original Poems Every Day during National Poetry Month
at A Wrung Sponge
Gregory K. at GottaBook
Jone (aka MsMac) at Deo Writer


Tricia said...

When I prepared my last post yesterday, I look sadly upon my copy of The Llama Who Had No Pajama when I realized I had not featured it.
Thanks so much for all your support during April. It was nice to know someone was reading.

Elaine Magliaro said...


THE LLAMA WHO HAD NO PAJAMA is one of my favorite books of children's poetry. I love the work of Mary Ann Hoberman! She is such a master of rhythm and rhyme.

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