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Shout!: Little Poems that Roar Hardcover – February 1, 2007
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Kindergarten-Grade 2—Brisk, snappy rhymes, many revolving around the school year, are full of the kind of silly humor that primary graders enjoy. Action-packed cartoon-style acrylic and pastel illustrations are rich in detail and brimming with good cheer. Short, simple rhyming phrases and lots of repetition make this a suitable choice for newly independent readers. While not as original or as inviting to share aloud as Lee Bennett Hopkins's Questions (HarperCollins, 1994; o.p.) or Faye Robinson's A Frog Inside My Hat: A First Book of Poems (Troll, 2003), the high-energy selections and lively drawings might find a place in large collections.—Sally R. Dow, Ossining Public Library, NY
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"Clap your hands! / Stomp your feet! / Feel the rhythm! / Feel the beat!" The sounds of words, their beat, and the movement they inspire make the fun in this picture book, which will have preschoolers counting, jumping, and shouting out the words of the energetic poems. Every acrylic-and-pastel picture shows a cheerful, colorful uproar, whether the setting is a library ("Books are good! Books are great! / I want books! I WILL NOT WAIT") or an animal-filled classroom that "sounds / just like a zoo. / WATCH OUT FOR THAT KANGAROO." The picture of a little boy watching the sky in "Little Dipper" is tender and quiet after all the exuberant slapstick. Listeners will eagerly join in the fun as they recognize the joy in a book that shows their world. Hazel Rochman
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