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A foot in the mouth : poems to speak, sing, and shout

Author: Paul B Janeczko; Christopher Raschka
Publisher: Somerville, Mass. : Candlewick Press, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A collection of lively rhymes and tricky tongue twisters, poems for more than one voice, bilingual poems -- from classic Shakespeare and Lear to anonymous rhymes to contemporary riffs on everything under the sun. These poems just might inspire kids to memorize them!
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul B Janeczko; Christopher Raschka
ISBN: 9780763606633 0763606634
OCLC Number: 244055453
Description: 64 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Introduction. The poems I like best / Tracie Vaughn Zimmer --
Poems for one voice: Where it began / Charles R. Smith Jr. --
Favorite / George Ella Lyon --
Lone dog / Irene McLeod --
Tongue twisters: Jabberwocky / Lewis Carroll --
The Loch Ness Monster's song / Edwin Morgan --
An orthographic lament / Charles Follen Adams --
Pasta parade / Bobbi Katz --
Corinna / David McCord --
Poems for two voices: The pickety fence / David McCord --
Speak up / Janet S. Wong --
I am standing / April Halprin Wayland and Bruce Balan --
The sun and the marigold talk to each other / Patricia Hubbell --
Ping-pong poem / Douglas Florian --
Us two / A. A. Milne --
Squirrel and acorn / Beverly McLoughland --
Fishes: poems for two voices / Georgia Heard --
List poems: A tomcat is / J. Patrick Lewis --
Home poem or, the sad dog song / J. Patrick Lewis --
Poems for three voices: Macbeth, Act IV, Scene 1 / William Shakespeare --
The owl and the pussy-cat / Edward Lear --
Short stuff: Old Hank / Anonymous --
Gigl / Arnold Spilka --
Pussycat, pussycat / Max Fatchen --
Bilingual poems: Innuendo / David McCord --
Good hot dogs / Ricos Hot Dogs / Sandra Cisneros --
My memories of the Nicaraguan revolution / Eugenio Alberto Cano Correa --
Rhymed poems: One tooth, two tooth, white tooth, loose tooth / Allan Wolf --
Anna Elise / Anonymous --
Up the ladder and down the wall / Traditional --
"What's your name?" --
Traditional --
Limericks: There was a young woman from Boise / Douglas Florian --
The nose / J. Patrick Lewis --
There was an old man in a barge / Edward Lear --
Poems for a group: Come, Drum / Avis Harley --
Where Lizzie lived: a haunted tale / Rebecca Kai Dotlich --
I hear America singing / Walt Whitman.
Responsibility: selected by Paul B. Janeczko ; illustrated by Chris Raschka.

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A collection of lively rhymes and tricky tongue twisters, poems for more than one voice, bilingual poems -- from classic Shakespeare and Lear to anonymous rhymes to contemporary riffs on everything under the sun. These poems just might inspire kids to memorize them!

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