Poems for the Very Young (2020)

Poems for the Very Young Michael Rosen Bob Graham Poems for the Very Young Illustrated by Bob GrahamPoems for the Very Young is a wonderfully varied collection of poems chosen by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Bob Graham Its contents range from the hilariously funny to th
  • Title: Poems for the Very Young
  • Author: Michael Rosen Bob Graham
  • ISBN: 0864386044
  • Page: 173
  • Format: Hardcover
Poems for the Very Young Michael Rosen Bob Graham Illustrated by Bob GrahamPoems for the Very Young is a wonderfully varied collection of poems, chosen by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Bob Graham Its contents range from the hilariously funny to the thought provoking, from playground rhymes and nonsense verse to poems by favourite writers, classic and modern.Imaginative and entertaining, this is an inspiring first poetIllustrated by Bob GrahamPoems for the Very Young is a wonderfully varied collection of poems, chosen by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Bob Graham Its contents range from the hilariously funny to the thought provoking, from playground rhymes and nonsense verse to poems by favourite writers, classic and modern.Imaginative and entertaining, this is an inspiring first poetry anthology for children and grown ups to share.
Poems for the Very Young Michael Rosen Bob Graham

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  1. Ashley Chance

    This book compiles a range of poetry for children of all ages ranging from themes such as difficulties in getting dressed, to memories of childhood games, to the completely and utterly nonsensical rhymes such as Ping Pong an onomatopoeia poem depicting the physical interaction between four playful canines in a park until a much larger dog intervenes and scares the brood off.Michael Rosen s selection of poems keeps the reader entertained for hours Some of the poems are not rhythmical at all, whic [...]

  2. Cuong Truong

    Wider reading focus book 11 poetryNo book recommendation list would be complete without mentioning Michael Rosen and the key role he has played in making poetry fun and accessible to all His style could be described as zany, back to front, rhythmic, inside out, real, highly addictive, but boring never In Poems for the Very Young Michael Rosen pays tribute to some of his favourite poets for children in the 3 6 age range This book contains a beautiful selection of poems dealing with everyday life [...]

  3. Anna Scott

    Poems for the very young , selected by Michael Rosen, is a collection of a variety of poems, written in many different styles and based on a range of different topics The collection contains nursery rhymes and nonsense poetry, as well as humorous and inspirational poetry by a range of poets There is a poem for every child in this book, with topics including family, friends, animals, transport, routines and games This collection is extremely enjoyable and teaches children that poetry comes in man [...]

  4. Kim Cerri

    This book is an anthology of poems It is full of various types of poems which are both funny and thoughtful There are a wide range of poems which meet almost every aspect of poetry which makes this book a brilliant introduction into the poetry topic in literacy for year two children.The images in this book enable the reader to visualize the story being told within the poem.This book is also a good independent reader for children, especially those that have difficulties reading for longer periods [...]

  5. Linda

    Some are Anon Some are traditional Some are by big people This, my favourite, is by Ki Ellwood Friery Age 8.The moon outThere.The sun outThere.The world outThere.The whole galaxy outThereand me stuck in my bedroom.

  6. Krysta McFarland

    This poetry book, perfect for grades kindergarten 3 has cute little pomes that ultimately tell different stories page by page but are all written by different authors I love the way the book is pieced together and comes together in the end to have special themes on each page I read this book to my niece before she went to bed and she kept begging me to read and poems because she just could not get enough and that made the book even better for me.

  7. Morgan

    Genre PoetryRecommended Grade Level Early Primary PrimaryWith over 60 pages filled with poems and bright illustrations, I can see this book being used over and over again Included are poems of different lengths, styles, and reading abilities I also liked that there was a section with poems about different holidays seasons I would use this book to do a poem a day in my classroom.

  8. Ali

    Poems for the very young is an awe inspiring anthology of poems, not only for children, but also for adults It contains a range of different poems from rhythmical poems to hilariously funny poems, from inspirational poems to poems for the very young, hence the title of the book.These poems are not only poems for school aged children they are also geared towards pre school This is what is unique about the book In total, Michael Rosen has selected 167 poems in this book This is a tremendous amount [...]

  9. Libby Meyer

    Poems for the Very Young is a great collection by one of the most recognisable children s poets Michael Rosen Ranging from silly, to serious, these poems come under a range of themes animals to the playground and are a mixture of rhyming, nonsense and other I like it, because many poetry books that I have seen for children are patronising or boring This collection manages to combine interesting descriptions and rhymes with topics that children are interested in As an initial foray into poetry, t [...]

  10. Jennifer (JenIsNotaBookSnob)

    This book is not much fun for adults I really thought I would love it, but, at the halfway point I m just not wild about it I like silly, but, this book isn t really silly The word fat gets thrown around quite a bit in it I could excuse this if it was at least amusing, but, it really isn t There are a couple gems in it, some rhymes I d forgotten that used to be part of clap games I once knew It s not total rubbish My 5 year old likes it and contentedly sat through half of the book in one sitting [...]

  11. Liz

    Week 13 Poetry anthologyComprised of poems about almost everything, Poems For The Very Young will capture the attention of young readers There are traditional verses, nonsense rhymes, and poems by Jack Prelutsky, Stevie Smith, A.A Milne, Eve Merriam, Margaret Mahy, Michael Rosen, and many All poems are brilliantly paired with illustrations that young children will love Poems For The Very Young is appropriate for ages 3 5 As a young reader, one of my favorite books was Where the Sidewalk Ends by [...]

  12. Dr. A.

    Growing up I remember having books full of poems and other stories I enjoyed these books very much and I was hopeful this book would be similar It was not The poems seemed off, very few were familiar, and some talked of things such as dead butterflies page 17 or consuming wine page 20 , which is just out of place for the very young as the title calls the intended audience The illustrations were fun, but not especially eye catching There seemed no real cohesiveness to this book and frankly some o [...]

  13. Hanne

    I liked that ethnical diversity was a natural part of the illustrations I also liked the doublespreads which integrated all the different poems into one big illustration for instance page 10 11 and 30 31 , and the reference to the fable about the lion and the mouse on page 16 My favourite poem was The Moon by Ki Ellwood Friery age 8.I did not like the lack of cohesion between the different doublespreads and poems However, I realize that the aim of the anthology is to introduce children to poetry [...]

  14. Robin Morris

    A Good PlayThis poem brings back memories of the adventures my brother and I had as we built a world out of our of sofa pillows and kitchen chairs Through symbolic play, we collected objects and imagined them to be whatever we wanted them to be This poem is an excellent example of how children will always find a way to play I miss those days.

  15. PaulHankins

    This is one of the books I found in the warehouse on Thursday afternoon Pulled this one to go into our Room 407 Poetry Collection Would work well as a sample of simple and children s verse.

  16. Kena Kump

    Great poetry book for young Focuses on sounds, rhythms and tones and the physical side of language.

  17. Joni

    We read several of these poems every morning at the breakfast table We all enjoy them, mostly the 1 year old and the 4 year old We try to memorize the shorter ones.

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