This delightful counting book of poetry and pictures on the Texas 2x2 Reading List captures animals by the numbers. Vivid, playful poems tell the stories of one elk, two birds, three fish—from one through ten and then many—as they go about their day either solo or within a special circle of friends. The marvelous photographs allows readers to peek at some common creatures that enjoy the company of others.
This stunning book features three beautiful Japanese art forms in one gorgeous gift format. For each animal or object, children will be able to read the haiku, enjoy a painting from the British Museum collection... and then make the origami figure!
Australian Poems: 1978-2010 is an Australian masterpiece. The 350 poems of the anthology are divided into two aliquot parts, grouped into six thematic sections: Animal, Mineral, Vegetable, and Scissors, Paper, Rock. The first part describes Australian wildlife and Australia''s diverse landscape. The metre captures a uniquely Australian vision, which sports with and delights the reader as it imaginatively depicts Australia''s powerful natural beauty. The second part is a suite of poems that traverses love, sorrow and the existential dilemma. At the heart of these poems is the dialectic of philosophy, a continuum that acknowledges the work of earlier Australian, European and Indian poets. Australian Poems will appeal both to veteran readers of poetry as well as to those only beginning to explore verse composition.
Mum is a gamer, a party animal and a free spirit making life hard work for her nine year old son. These poems are a glimpse into their parent child relationship; their antics and adventures. The poems are bold, brave, funny and some - very moving. This collection shows just how funny, rude and naughty mums can be! It's Dahl meets Dr Seuss meets Colin McNaughton with a sprinkling of Absolutely Fabulous.
The python can unlock its doors To gape as wide as double doors Quiet! Don't move a muscle . . . Look! Through that gap in the jungle . . . See! There are real live animals in these poems. Read carefully and you may learn a thing or two. What happens if you fall into a river full of piranha fish? And do man-eating tigers only eat men? Find out in this hugely inventive and hilarious collection of animal poems from the bestselling children's author Dick King-Smith.
Selected Poems/Poemas Selectos – Selected Poems of Santiago Baca
European Poems & Transitions – Over All Obscene Boundaries Rev