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© 2012 Anastasia Suen
This week’s Poetry Friday Round-up is here!
Add your post to the round-up by clicking on the link below. Please write the title of your poem or book (in parentheses) after your name so Mr. Linky makes a hotlink for it. I’ll post the links on this page as the day goes on. Thanks!
Here’s what the kidlitosphere is reading and writing this week…
1.Kate Coombs’ Mud at 30 Poets/30 Days
2. Gathering Books (A Love Poem from Marguerite Burnat- Provins)
3. Children’s Poem “The Daffodil Dance” by Deborah Diesen
4. No Water River “Hydrophobiac” by Laura Purdie Salas
5. Julie Larios (Seamus Heaney’s Birthday!)
6. Tabatha (Progressive Poem and Fictional Faves)
7.Alice@ Supratentorial (Mathematickles)
8. Mary Lee (CAKE- KU–a cake pop haiku)
9. Liz Steinglass (Chippy Chap)
10. Tara@ ATeaching Life
11. Robyn Hood Black’s “Haiku Mind” at Author Amok
12.Laura Salas (crab haiku)
13. Laura Salas (15 Words or Less poems)
14. Robyn Hood Black (- Laura Purdie Salas and BOOKSPEAK)
15. Charlotte’s Library (A Little Bitty Man)
16. Shannon @ Mountaineer Country
17. Hope Is the Word (Laura Ingalls Wilder fairy poems)
18. Linda (an inspirational poem)
19. jama (Adele Kenny’s “Chosen Ghosts”)
20. A mathematical septina and an original sestina at Write. Sketch. Repeat.
21. Diane Mayr (“Sometimes in Spring”)
22. Kids of the Homefront Army (” The Train”)
23. Kurious Kitty (Renga)
24. KK’s Kwotes (Robert Frost)
25. Linda Baie (original poem)
26. Ruth (original poem)
27. Heidi Mordhorst (Ken Slesarik’s Poetry Rocks! e-book)
28. Teaching Authors guest post by Helen Frost featuring her poem ” Friend”
29. Dori Reads (Don’t Be Flip)
30. Charles Ghigna (” Over Herd”)
31. violet (“V is for…”)
32. Sara Lewis Holmes (Book with Wings)
33. Amy LV (LBH Birthday Party!)
34. Karen Edmisten (John Updike)
35. Reader KidZ (Kate Coombs Author- In- Residence)
36. Sylvia Vardell (Hoyte & Roemer Interview)
37. Wild Rose Reader (MOLE: An Original Animal Mask Poem)
38. Jone (Renee LaTulipe poem)
39. Jone (zombie poems)
40. Jeannine Atkins (The Poetry Teacher’s Book of Lists by Syliva Vardell)
41. Books 4 Learning (Science Verse)
42. david e (twitku roundup wk 2)
43. Lynn Plourde (Reading and Writing Ear Candy)
44. Thinking in Rhyme (Spot the Superstitions)
45.Kristie Hamilton (The Adventures of Babadooga: Back to Big)
46. On Point (Twenty- Seven Years)
47. readertotz (Water Sings Blue)
48. Jennie from Biblio File (Under the Mesquite)
49. Carlie from Twinkling Along (an original spring poem)
50. Betsy (Morning Greeting)
51. Janet (Lemonade and other poems squeezed from a single word)
52. Mainely Write (L is for Leaf)
Picture Book of the Day
T is for Titanic: A Titanic Alphabet
by Debbie & Michael Shoulders (Authors) and Gijsbert van Frankenhuyzen (Illustrator)
Booktalk: At 11:40 pm on April 14, 1912, the fate of the world’s most famous ship was sealed when the lookout on the luxury liner, RMS Titanic, spotted an iceberg in the ship’s path in the North Atlantic. By 2 am, the ship had started its slide into the frigid waters, carrying close to 1,500 people to a watery grave.
Snippet: A is for the Anatomy of the Titanic
The RMS Titanic
included ten decks in all.
it was the world’s largest
moving object at 175 feet tall!
BONUS! Download the teacher’s guide!
Chapter Book of the Day
A Funeral in the Bathroom: and Other School Bathroom Poems
by Kalli Dakos (Author) and Mark Beech (Illustrator)
Booktalk: The school bathrooom is a place where kids meet their friends, go to think when a pet has died, or just to take a break from it all.
It was about germs…that TV show.
The bathroom has a zillion, you know.
It’s STEM Friday! (STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)
come share your link or a STEM haiku of your own!
Nonfiction Monday on April 16, 2012
Nonfiction Monday is coming!
The Nonfiction Monday Round-up on April 16, 2012
is at The Nonfiction Detectives.
Read and Write Sports: Readers Theatre and Writing Activities for Grades 3-8
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28 thoughts on “Poetry Friday Reads”
Hi Anastasia, thank you for hosting Poetry Friday this week.
My poetry offering is a love poem by French poet Marguerite Burnat-Provins. Here is the link:
Thanks for hosting, Anastasia. I have two poetry videos as part of my Poetry Month celebration.
The first is Deborah Diesen with her poem “The Daffodil Dance” – http://www.nowaterriver.com/poetry-month-2012-deborah-diesen/
The second is Laura Purdie Salas with her poem “Hydrophobiac” from her book BOOKSPEAK! – http://www.nowaterriver.com/poetry-month-2012-laura-purdie-salas/
Thanks for posting, Anastasia. Since it’s Seamus Heaney’s birthday today, I’ve posted his poem, POSTSCRIPT over at The Drift Record
Thanks for hosting, Anastasia! Happy Friday!!
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Hi Anastasia–thanks for hosting! I love the idea of STEM haiku. I’m in with a haiku of my own at http://laurasalas.wordpress.com/2012/04/13/cra/. And yesterday’s 15 Words or Less poems are at http://laurasalas.wordpress.com/2012/04/12/mushroom/. (I put these both in Mr. Linky–this is just backup:>) Happy Poetry Friday!
Thanks for hosting, Anastasia!
I’m in with a behind-the-scenes interview with Laura Purdie Salas, explaining how BOOKSPEAK came to be. (Did I mention the never-before-seen poem??):
http://www.robynhoodblack.com/blog.htm?post=849686 Happy Poetry Month!
Thank you for hosting. I wrote about the poem Trees by Joyce Kilmer, which know holds a very dear place in my heart. http://www.mountaineercountrywv.com/2012/04/trees-by-joyce-kilmer.html
This is my first time participating.
I’m so glad you’ve joined us, Shannon!
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My special Potluck guest today is New Jersey poet Adele Kenny, who shares a wonderful excerpt from her book, Chosen Ghosts, and some cool vintage photos of her family.
Thanks so much for hosting this week, Anastasia!
Thanks for your ‘talk about books’ poem, & for hosting, Anastasia. All the book talk certainly keeps my TBR list long! I have an original spring poem today at http://www.teacherdance.blogspot.com/2012/04/cannot-take-spring-for-granted.html#comment-form
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Thanks for hosting today. We’re honored to have a guest post by award-winning poet Helen Frost. She shares a poem from her novel-in-verse, SPINNING THROUGH THE UNIVERSE along with a terrific classroom poetry-writing activity:
Thank you for hosting, Anastasia! Your haiku is so true!
Today I am having a little birthday celebration for Lee Bennett Hopkins – a poem, a little interview, and a giveaway of NASTY BUGS!
Thanks for hosting, Anastasia! I’m in with John Updike.
Thanks for hosting! Please add my review of Science Verse. http://books4learning.blogspot.com/2012/04/poetry-friday-science-verse-by-jon.html
Thank you for hosting. Fun hauki.
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I posted my link earlier but had to go teach, so didn’t leave a comment. I posted an original poem today here. Thanks for hosting!
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Thank you for hosting such a fabulous list of resources. I would love to be added to the list…At my new blog http://thinkinginrhyme.blogspot.com/, I am writing a new poem each day using a different poetry form. Today, I tried a trimerick, not to be confused with a trimeric! Come see how Lee Bennett Hopkins inspired my wacky poem!
Thanks for hosting.
My selection is “Lemonade and other poems squeezed from a single word” written by Bob Raczka and illustrated by Nancy Doniger.
Thank you, Anastasia! So nice to stop by. :~)
Thanks for hosting! I forgot that yesterday was Friday! Can I still get my link? I have an original few poems at http://mainelywrite.blogspot.com/2012/04/l-is-for-leaf.html.
I’m writing a poem a day for the A to Z Challenge.
Done! I’ve added you to the round up!
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