"Following his Newbery Medal-winning Joyful Noise, Fleischman offers another collection of beautifully orchestrated, spirited poems for many voices." — Booklist
These rousing, rib-tickling poems demand the joy of reading aloud. Settle back and chant "The Quiet Evenings Here," as Grandma rocks, the clock tick-tocks, and no one cares a hoot for the world outside. Delight in "Seventh-Grade Soap Opera," alive with hearsay about who’s holding hands with whom. This innovative book weaves a tapestry of rhythm that will have readers of all ages sounding off.
|Product dimensions:||7.06(w) x 10.63(h) x 0.17(d)|
|Age Range:||10 - 14 Years|
About the Author
Known for writing children’s books with multiple points of view, Paul Fleischman is a prolific author and a finalist for the 2012 Hans Christian Andersen Award. As the author of the acclaimed Whirligig, a young adult book, he tackles difficult and sensitive topics in ways that are approachable for children. His love of folklore and his cross-country bicycle and train trip inspired many of his books, including Bull Run and Seedfolks.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
4 voice poems for performance. They are fun and engaging poems that kids can relate to. Great for use in the classroom for inspiration for creating their own poems and performing poetry for an audience.