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The Arrow Finds Its Mark : A Book Of Found Poems (2012, original release: 2012)

Call Number J/811.6/ARROW

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Kids' NonfictionJ/811.6/ARROWAvailable
Published: New York : Roaring Brook Press, [2012] ©2012
Edition:  First edition
Description:  38 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781596436657, 1596436654, 1596436654 :,
Language:  English

Presents poems by thirty contemporary poets that were created from words found in school notes, advertisements, street signs, Twitter feeds, and other unlikely sources



Find a poem / Marilynn's Montessori memo / School poems / A poem to sneak onto the wall of a school lunchroom / It's pink Friday / Texto / Pep talk / First wins / Hardware store / Battling beams / Ask a train operator / Nicknames in the NBA / Trickery / Empty promises / How to write a poem on your computer / Cross words / Today's thought problem / Thinking about light with the dictionary open / Breaking, from Norway / Book haunting / Artist's advice / Places I'd love to Van Gogh someday / We see with these / Walden pond / Lake Haiku / Song of the earth / Just listen to the elders / Land of nothing / Lawn talk / A bird poetry reading / Hummingbird / In the nest / Geese at night / Weekday morning haiku / Hot-dogging / Man's best friend / They don't want speeding tickets, so... / Year of the tiger / Top ten rules for our zoo field trip / End and goodbye / Georgia Heard -- George Ella Lyon -- Charles Waters -- Patricia Hubbell -- Heidi Bee Roemer -- Rebecca Kai Dotlich -- Janet Wong -- Lee Bennett Hopkins -- Michael Salinger -- Robyn Hood Black -- Bruce Ballard -- J. Patrick Lewis -- Rebecca Kai Dotlich -- Kristy Dempsey -- Bob Raczka -- Jane Yolen -- David Harrison -- Susan Marie Swanson -- Naomi Shihab Nye -- Lara Anderson -- Amy Ludwig VanDerwater -- Bob Raczka -- Robyn Hood Black -- Paul Janeczko -- Terry Webb Harshman -- Joyce Sidman -- Joseph Bruchac -- J. Patrick Lewis -- Avis Harley -- J. Patrick Lewis -- Juanita Havill -- Beverly McLoughland -- Beverly McLoughland -- Sara Holbrook -- David Harrison -- Kristine O'Connell George -- Laura Purdie Salas -- Marilyn Singer -- Laura Purdie Salas -- Rebecca Kai Dotlich Related Searches:
Children's poetry, American.
Added--201205 ynf

Additional Credits:
Heard, Georgia.
Guilloppé, Antoine, illustrator

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