Miss Pippi the Librarian's Reviews > Lemonade: and Other Poems Squeezed from a Single Word

Lemonade by Bob Raczka
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Apr 23, 12

bookshelves: ccbc-row, non-fiction
Read in April, 2012

I didn't understand this style of poetry with the first few entries. Then I went back and forth between the illustration and the poem (they are printed front and back). After mulling them over, they are very unique and creative. It's thought provoking and imaginative. How can you create an entire poem from one word? It's not that easy, because you are limited to the letters available in that one word. It reminded me of the game words within words. Once the reader (or writer) realizes how these poems are created they will enjoy and appreciate the art of writing poetry from a single word.

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