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A nest full of stars : poems

Author: James Berry; Ashley Bryan
Publisher: New York : Greenwillow Books, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of poems reflecting Caribbean culture include "Old man called Arawak," "Woods whisperings," and "Not one weak day."
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Poetry
Juvenile poetry
Material Type: Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Berry; Ashley Bryan
ISBN: 0060527471 9780060527471 006052748X 9780060527488
OCLC Number: 50598173
Description: viii, 95 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Everyday feelings: Everyday feelings --
Not one weak day --
Sometimes --
Big page writer --
Mood manager --
Sly force waiting --
Adding-up of birthdays --
Somewhere! Somewhere! --
Special is special --
Fireworks --
At the showing-off event --
Child member of Parliament Manifesto --
People equal --
Wild whistling woman --
Skeleton sisters --
Gobble-gobble rap --
Together: Together --
The quarrel --
One hand washes the other --
Ball gone dialogue for six --
Bowler's talk to himself walking back to his run-up --
A particular time at our house: A particular time at our house --
Dad's night voice --
Mum? Who is my Mum? --
Not sharing --
Right mix like water --
Hearing --
Eyes on the time --
Going-away Haiku --
Postcard poem: Solo --
Sand-seller Sam --
From my sister's secret notebook: Earthworm and fish --
Seashell --
Spider ropes --
Water carrying --
In the hills, at Puppah's food cultivation land --
Trapped --
Self-supporting village pet --
Estate cowman --
Everyday music --
Thinking before I sleep --
Taking action --
First time I see properly --
Nest full of stars --
Echoes of a Caribbean school playground: Caribbean playground song --
Swinging --
Smooth skippin --
Old men called Arawak --
He loved overripe fruits --
West Indian boys play village cricket --
Queen and King Mullet --
Donkey story --
Doubtful sayings --
Duppy dance --
Mysteries: My laughable drawings --
Getting bigger rap --
Woods whisperings --
Granddad's visitor --
Showman --
MISTER-RY --
Index of first lines.
Responsibility: by James Berry with pictures by Ashley Bryan.
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A collection of poems reflecting Caribbean culture include "Old man called Arawak," "Woods whisperings," and "Not one weak day."

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