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Piper, Pipe That Song Again By Nancy Larrick,

  • Title: Piper, Pipe That Song Again
  • Author: Nancy Larrick
  • ISBN: 9780394915081
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Library Binding
  • An anthology of than 70 poems by English and American poets depicting the sights and sounds of daily life, the seasons, animals, and other familiar topics.
    Piper Pipe That Song Again An anthology of than poems by English and American poets depicting the sights and sounds of daily life the seasons animals and other familiar topics

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    1. Many of these are old friends, but I really appreciate being reminded of them, having them all together like this Some are humorous, some are poignant, some are paeans to nature some are structured and rhyme, some are brimful of word play, some are free verse The line drawing illustrations are charming, too.And then there are the poems that are new to me I copied Little Talk by Aileen Fisher into my review of Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are om Marchette Chute s _ Spring Rain _M [...]

    2. Piper, pipe that song again 4 out of 5 stars Larrick uses nature as the main focus and theme throughout the book Nearly all of the poems are about nature, ranging from ducks, ponds, seas, foxes, pelicans, pigs, bears, and much On the front of the jacket, there was a little note about why the poems were selected This helped to add clarity to the text, because the reader was able to relate the text to the information on the jacket Some of the poems rhymed, but not all of them Almost all of the po [...]

    3. This collection of poems, originally published in England in 1965, has a distinct style, it certainly feels British A collection of rhyming, narrative poems Poems are about a variety of topics, mostly nature and every day life Each poem is told in first person narrative Lovely, hand drawn illustrations accompany some poems Setting is shown through descriptive language, as well as illustrations, but is not evident in every poem While each poem has a clear theme, there is not theme throughout the [...]

    4. This book survived my own childhood and I was pleased to read it over and over again to the next generation Fun poems, classic poems, lighthearted and tongue twisting poems these are the ones that draw kids in and create a love of language My favorite Daddy Fell into the Pond, by Alfred Noyes.

    5. When we had a stack of books to read together, this was almost always the first my little man asked me to read to him And then he didn t want me to stop and would keep asking for .

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