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National Poetry Month

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Kid President's Tiny Poem to the World Kid President's Tiny Poem to the World

By AL_MOLLIE
Kid President shares his motivational poem with the whole world.
Kid President shares his motivational poem with the whole world.
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Rhyme and Reason Rhyme and Reason

By AL_MOLLIE
Celebrate National Poetry Month with the little poets in your life!
Celebrate National Poetry Month with the little poets in your life!
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Poetry for Young Children Poetry for Young Children

recommended by AL_LAUREN
Nursery rhymes and books that highlight rhyming and rhythm help young children develop an ear for language.
Nursery rhymes and books that highlight rhyming and rhythm help young children develop an ear for language.
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Poems for Your Thoughts Poems for Your Thoughts

recommended by AL_ZACHT
A list of my favorite poetry collections that continue to move and inspire me.
A list of my favorite poetry collections that continue to move and inspire me.
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Best Poetry Best Poetry

recommended by AL_IRINAB
A list of poems for the young, the old and everyone in between to celebrate National Poetry Month.
A list of poems for the young, the old and everyone in between to celebrate National Poetry Month.
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Discovering Poets Discovering Poets

By AL_CINDYP
National Poetry Month has been celebrated since 1996. One of the goals is to highlight the extraordinary legacy and ongoing achievement…
National Poetry Month has been celebrated since 1996. One of the goals is to highlight the extraordinary legacy and ongoing achievement…
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Nursery Rhyme Crafts Nursery Rhyme Crafts

By AL_LAUREN
Rhyme and rhythm highlight the sounds and syllables in words, and understanding sounds and syllables helps kids learn to read!
Rhyme and rhythm highlight the sounds and syllables in words, and understanding sounds and syllables helps kids learn to read!
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How to Blackout Poetry How to Blackout Poetry

By AL_ALYX
What is blackout poetry? Blackout poetry is when you take a written piece of text from a book, newspaper, or magazine and redact words...
What is blackout poetry? Blackout poetry is when you take a written piece of text from a book, newspaper, or magazine and redact words...
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Poems from the Harlem Renaissance Poems from the Harlem Renaissance

recommended by AL_ALYX
These poems represent the celebrated work from the explosion of arts and culture that occurred in Harlem during the 1920s.
These poems represent the celebrated work from the explosion of arts and culture that occurred in Harlem during the 1920s.
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Poetry for Young Children Poetry for Young Children

recommended by AL_LAUREN
Nursery rhymes and books that highlight rhyming and rhythm help young children develop an ear for language.
Nursery rhymes and books that highlight rhyming and rhythm help young children develop an ear for language.
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Contemporary Poetry Contemporary Poetry

recommended by AL_PAMELAB
Find your favorite topic in this selection of books from modern poets.
Find your favorite topic in this selection of books from modern poets.
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Poetry for Young Children Poetry for Young Children

By AL_LAUREN
Children are naturally drawn to humor, rhyme, and rhythm, and these are all found in poetry.
Children are naturally drawn to humor, rhyme, and rhythm, and these are all found in poetry.
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Immigrant Poets and Poetry Immigrant Poets and Poetry

recommended by AL_MARINA
From Vladimir Nabokov to Warsan Shire, poetry condenses the experiences of immigrants into searing words and images.
From Vladimir Nabokov to Warsan Shire, poetry condenses the experiences of immigrants into searing words and images.
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Teen Novels in Verse Teen Novels in Verse

recommended by AL_CATHERINE
In celebration of National Poetry Month, check out these fantastic novels written in verse!
In celebration of National Poetry Month, check out these fantastic novels written in verse!
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