Good afternoon! It’s a noisy day here; Phil is up in the attic replacing the floor boards and us three are attempting to do a little work amongst storage boxes and bags of things that we’re going to donate to charity that we no longer need. What a lot of mess and chaos…but I hope the end result of a safe attic and organised boxes will help clear my sore head in the long run. I’m looking forward to a little quiet to sit and read. What type of books do your children like? My son has always enjoyed poetry and has even been published! We haven’t yet delved into Shakespeare, mainly because I’m not a big fan; but perhaps if we start off with a child’s version it will make it more interesting for us all. And if not, there’s always Casey At The Bat, another great poem that’s loved by my kids since we did a small unit study about it. Who is your favourite poet? Share in the comments and let’s have some fun.
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Poetry Books For Kids
I have provided links to these books for both my American and British readers. Enjoy!
- Revolting Rhymes (UK link here)
- Where the Sidewalk Ends: Poems and Drawings (UK link here)
- The Armpit of Doom: Funny Poems for Kids (UK link here)
- Poetry for Young People: Maya Angelou (UK link here)
- Poetry for Young People: Robert Frost (UK link here)
- Poetry for Young People: Rudyard Kipling (UK link here)
- When I Was a Grownup (UK link here)
- Poems to Learn by Heart (UK link here)
- Casey at the Bat: A Ballad of the Republic Sung in the Year 1888 (UK link here)
- Romeo and Juliet for Kids (Shakespeare Can Be Fun!) (UK link here)
- Hamlet For Kids (Shakespeare Can Be Fun!) (UK link here)
- MacBeth : For Kids (Shakespeare Can Be Fun series) (UK link here)
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