The bonus is that it is equally helpful to aspiring adult-poets as well.
I work with kids, and this book gives great starter ideas for poems that could also get turned into journal prompts or other writing assignments.
Pizza, Pigs, and Poetry: How to Write a Poem This new Prelutsky book is absolutely fabulous!
Very fast delivery. This is a fun book that has everyone in the house thinking and writing. Thank you!Published 1 month ago by Lynnmarie May
Til now I was poet-illiterate; no more than a sad, monstrous hack. I've discovered my Peter Principle; Appreciative meter-reader! Three cheers for the Poet-Laureate! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Melange
For all young readers is a very good series I love it it is cool wow there are only 7 booksPublished 16 months ago by Nancy A. Zook
I bought it to read to my third grade class and use it as a writing tool!! My students love hearing his stories and poems which triggers stories and poems of their own!! Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jill D. Charach
Jack Prelutsky's poems are favorites of many. His humorous anecdotes describing his own ideas for writing will help children and adults think of ides for writing poetry.Published 18 months ago by Coila A King
love this book it has some great poems and some great tips on how to write a poem a must for every poem writerPublished 19 months ago by clown
What can I say--it's Prelutsky! The man is a genius. The book is full of his delightful poems. Plus, great ideas on how to write your own poems. I use this book with my students. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Leslie C
This book makes learning how to write different poems. The funny antidotes make it engaging for my students and they are eager to try the different poems. I highly recommend this!Published 21 months ago by Anne Crossetti