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The Year Comes Round

Author : Sid Farrar
ISBN : 9781480476585
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Brown bear politely offers to surrender his den to nosy skunk Twelve nature-themed haiku accompanied by lush illustrations take the reader from January to December. A great way to introduce children to the traditional Japanese poetry form.

The Year In Haiku

Author : Trish Gannon
ISBN : 1543108342
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Haiku has an accessible, poetic charm that balances artistry with intention. Each turn of phrase reminds us of the natural world with a seasonal reference, explicit or implied. This collection takes readers of all ages through the year, featuring haiku inspired by 35 different holidays. As standalone poems or paired with glorious photographs, the haiku offer glimpses of our annual celebrations, with tribute to the places they hold within our cultures and calendars.

Get Real With Storytime 52 Weeks Of Early Literacy Programming With Nonfiction And Poetry

Author : Julie Dietzel-Glair
ISBN : 9781440837395
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This is a complete, year-long programming guide that shows librarians how to integrate nonfiction and poetry into storytime for preschool children in order to build literacy skills and overall knowledge. • Helps librarians meet children's interests in "real stuff" and reach more children—especially boys—in storytime • Provides new and effective ways to build early literacy skills using a unique blend of the "literary" and the "real" • Supports national and state standards that emphasize the use of more nonfiction and informational text • Enables librarians to make better use of their existing collections

The Bremen Town Musicians

Author : Ilse Plume
ISBN : 0812468988
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A retelling of the Grimm Tale in which an old donkey, dog, cat, and rooster no longer wanted by their masters, set out for Bremen to become musicians.

Noisy Poems For A Busy Day

Author : Robert Heidbreder
ISBN : 9781894786065
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Chock-full of playful pocket-sized poems that capture adventures big and small in a childs day, this collection begs to be read aloud from sunup to sundown!

Firefly July And Other Very Short Poems

Author : Paul B. Janeczko
ISBN : 9780763648428
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The award-winning author of A Poke in the I and the Caldecott Honor-winning illustrator of A River of Words present a collection of short poems written to demonstrate how a few carefully chosen words and images can invoke powerful messages.

A Year Full Of Stories

Author : Angela McAllister
ISBN : 184780859X
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Celebrate your year from New Year's Day to Christmas Eve with this treasury of 52 best-loved stories from around the world. This rich resource collects together folk tales from home and legends and myths from distant lands to commemorate the changing seasons, cultural events and international festivals throughout the year. Stories include Father Frost, The Magic Porridge Pot, The Frog Prince, The Runaway Pancake, The Pot of Gold, The Hare in the Moon and One Dark and Stormy Night.

Japanese Death Poems

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ISBN : 9781462916498
Genre : Poetry
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"A wonderful introduction the Japanese tradition of jisei, this volume is crammed with exquisite, spontaneous verse and pity, often hilarious, descriptions of the eccentric and committed monastics who wrote the poems." —Tricycle: The Buddhist Review Although the consciousness of death is, in most cultures, very much a part of life, this is perhaps nowhere more true than in Japan, where the approach of death has given rise to a centuries-old tradition of writing jisei, or the "death poem." Such a poem is often written in the very last moments of the poet's life. Hundreds of Japanese death poems, many with a commentary describing the circumstances of the poet's death, have been translated into English here, the great majority of them for the first time. Yoel Hoffmann explores the attitudes and customs surrounding death in historical and present-day Japan, and gives examples of how these have been reflected in the nation's literature in general. The development of writing jisei is then examined—from the poems of longing of the early nobility and the more "masculine" verses of the samurai to the satirical death poems of later centuries. Zen Buddhist ideas about death are also described as a preface to the collection of Chinese death poems by Zen monks that are also included. Finally, the last section contains three hundred twenty haiku, some of which have never been assembled before, in English translation and romanized in Japanese.

Risuko

Author : David Kudler
ISBN : 9781938808333
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Can One Girl Win A War? My name is Kano Murasaki, but everyone calls me Risuko. Squirrel. I am from Serenity Province, though I was not born there. My nation has been at war for a hundred years, Serenity is under attack and my family is in disgrace, but some people think that I can bring victory. That I can be a very special kind of woman. All I want to do is climb. My name is Kano Murasaki, but everyone calls me Squirrel. Risuko. ~*~ Though Japan has been devastated by a century of civil war, Risuko just wants to climb trees. Growing up far from the battlefields and court intrigues, the fatherless girl finds herself pulled into a plot that may reunite Japan — or may destroy it. She is torn from her home and what is left of her family, but finds new friends at a school that may not be what it seems. Magical but historical, Risuko follows her along the first dangerous steps to discovering who she truly is. Kano Murasaki, called Risuko (Squirrel) is a young, fatherless girl, more comfortable climbing trees than down on the ground. Yet she finds herself enmeshed in a game where the board is the whole nation of Japan, where the pieces are armies, moved by scheming lords, and a single girl couldn’t possible have the power to change the outcome. Or could she? YOUNG ADULT HISTORICAL ADVENTURE COMING JUNE, 2016!

Haiku In English The First Hundred Years

Author : Jim Kacian
ISBN : 9780393239478
Genre : Poetry
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Presents works by over two hundred poets--including Ezra Pound, Allen Ginsberg, and E.E. Cummings--who tried their hand at English-language versions of the traditional Japanese poem.

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