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Pocket Poems by Bobbi Katz
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May 03, 12

bookshelves: poetry

Pocket Poems is a composed collection of popular short, fun, and creative poems for children. They incorporate a variety of subjects, such as bubble gum, a squirrel, walking home from school, and pets. These are poems that would be both appealing and enjoyable to kids. Some of them include rhyming, while others are in free verse. Each poem includes an illustration that is relevant to its subject matter. The illustrations are simply presented, and are easy to interpret. This book could potentially spark creativity and expression from students. I would use this book in the classroom to give a variety of examples of poetry. It would be most effective for grades 2-3.

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