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  • ISBN: 0605860653
  • ISBN: 9780605860650
  • ISBN: 9780763648428
  • ISBN: 0763648426
  • Physical Description: 47 pages : color illustrations ; 30 cm
    print
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Somerville, Massachusetts : Candlewick Press, 2014.

Contents / Notes

Contents:
Spring -- Summer -- Fall -- Winter.
Spring. Daybreak reminds us / Cid Corman -- Spring / Raymond Souster -- The red wheelbarrow / William Carlos Williams -- The island / Lillian Morrison -- In passing / Gerald Jonas -- Water lily / Ralph Fletcher -- Open-billed / X.J. Kennedy -- Window / Carl Sandburg -- Summer. Little orange cat / Charlotte Zolotow -- Subway rush hour / Langston Hughes -- A happy meeting / Joyce Sidman -- Firefly July / J. Patrick Lewis -- Sandpipers / April Halprin Wayland -- Bronze Age / Robert Morgan -- In the field forever / Robert Wallace -- Sea trade / Patricia Hubbell -- The moon was but a chin of gold / Emily Dickinson -- Fall. What is it the wind has lost / Jim Harrison and Ted Kooser -- Screen door / James Stevenson -- Headline / Cid Corman -- In the alley / Alice Schertle -- Tall city / Susan Nichols Pulsifer -- The first September breeze fluttered / Liz Rosenberg -- November night / Adelaide Crapsey -- Between walls / William Carlos Williams -- Moonlight / Bruce Balan -- Winter. Old truck / Cynthia Pederson -- Fog / Carl Sandburg -- Uses for fog / Eve Merriam -- Dust of snow / Robert Frost -- Snow fence / Ted Kooser -- The house-wreckers have left the door and a staircase / Charles Reznikoff -- A wild winter wind / Richard Wright -- Winter twilight / Anne Porter -- Night / Herbert Read -- A welcome mat of moonlight / Jim Harrison and Ted Kooser.
Summary, etc.: A selection of short American poems dealing with the four seasons and the different weather events and animal patterns that can occur within each.
Target Audience:
Ages 6-9.
Subject: Seasons
Children's poetry, American
American poetry
Seasons Juvenile poetry
American poetry Juvenile literature
Children's poetry, American
Genre: Poetry.
Juvenile works.
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