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Haiku: Learn to express yourself by writing poetry in the Japanese tradition (Asian Arts and Crafts For Creative Kids) Hardcover – November 15, 2003
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After a half hour of perusing this book, I have
- Learned interesting tidbits about the history of haiku
- Gained several simple but brilliant insights into the spiritual nature of haiku
- Become determined to lead a haiku class at my sons' school
- Started planning for a seasonal haiku-writing party with friends
Put it this way: If you're interested enough in this book to actually read the reviews, then you must buy it. Must buy it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Learned more in depth about haiku and the suggestions for writing them was clear for both children and adults.Published 4 months ago by BH
Creative, colorful guide to writing Haiku. Great gift for kids.Published 17 months ago by Skeptical Seeker
It was the perfect gift for a talented niece! We are sure that she will get a lot
of ideas from it.
This book is a nice introduction to writing Haiku. It was a great summer vacation gift for children. Parents and children welcomed it.Published on July 29, 2013 by Sherrie Samuels