Time for poetry: a representative collection of poetry for children, to be used in the classroom, home, or camp; especially planned for college classes in children's literature

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Scott, Foresman, Jan 1, 1968 - Poetry - 277 pages
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A collection of poetry arranged by large subject groups, with poems for children of different ages within each group. Includes a section "Keeping Poetry and Children Together" in which such subjects as reading poetry to children, speaking poetry together, and relating poetry to other art forms are discussed.

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User Review  - keylawk - LibraryThing

Provides inadvertent documentation of the sexism, and deception, involved in "teaching" small susceptible children. The author does acknowledge the fact that most children "hate poetry". The selection ... Read full review

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User Review  - srrush - LibraryThing

This book consists of famous poems from the early 20th century. Mary Arbuthnot acquired many great poems and compiled them into this anthology. Children can read familiar poems in this book such as those by Mother Goose and T.S. Elliot. Read full review

Contents

Miss Norma Jean Pugh First Grade Teacher
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Dark Danny Ivy O Eastwick
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The Wife of Ushers Well Ballad
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