Carrots to Cupcakes: Reading, Writing and Reciting Poems about Food

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Susan M. Freese
ABDO, Sep 1, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
2 Reviews
This title includes over twelve poems by known poets like Bobbi Katz, Kenn Nesbitt, and Jack Prelutsky to name a few. Young readers will enjoy the vivid illustrations and the engaging poems all about food. There are sidebars to every poem explaining terminology such as narrative, catalog, repetition, and sound devices. This title also gives ideas on how to keep a poetry journal, put on a poetry reading and research other poets and poems to learn more!
  

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Review: Carrots to Cupcakes: Reading, Writing, and Reciting Poems about Food

User Review  - Bailey - Goodreads

This is book full of poems about food, it also has poems that are made by children. This is a great book to use when teaching your children about poetry and it could help inspire them when they are writing their own poems. Read full review

Review: Carrots to Cupcakes: Reading, Writing, and Reciting Poems about Food

User Review  - Goodreads

This is book full of poems about food, it also has poems that are made by children. This is a great book to use when teaching your children about poetry and it could help inspire them when they are writing their own poems. Read full review

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Contents

What is Poetry?
4
Meal Deals
6
I Can Read
8
Recipe
10
Things to Do If You Are a Pizza
11
The Proper Way to Eat
12
Veggie Soup
14
You Cant Make Me Eat That
15
Big Lunch
21
Sliver of Liver
22
Eggs
24
Kids Corner
26
Cookies
27
Become a Poet
28
Glossary
30
Permissions
31

Read With Me
16
Food Fight
18
A Tasty Conversation for Two Voices
20

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