Featured Poetry Books in 2015

Featured poetry books in 2015

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We share poetry titles on our Poetry Teatime Pinterest board. Suggested books often come from the featured teatimes of Brave Writer families. Here are the titles we highlighted during the last year.

Poetry Books Featured in 2015

The Poem That Will Not End: Fun with Poetic Forms and Voices by Joan Bransfield Graham
More Parts by Tedd Arnold
Poetry for Young People by Carl Sandburg
Forest Has a Song by Amy Ludwig Vanderwater
The Harp and Laurel Wreath by Laura Berquist
Over the Hills and Far Away: A Treasury of Nursery Rhymes collected by Elizabeth Hammill
Poetry for Young People by Emily Dickinson, edited by Frances Schoonmaker Bolin
Vile Verses by Roald Dahl
Take Me Out of the Bathtub by Alan Katz
A Child’s Garden of Verses by Robert Louis Stevenson
American Smooth by Rita Dove
The Kids World Almanac Rhyming Dictionary by Peter Israel and Peg Streep
Fairyland in Art and Poetry by Richard Doyle
If You Were a Chocolate Mustache by J. Patrick Lewis
Sing a Song of Popcorn: Every Child’s Book of Poems edited by Mary Michaels White
Halloween Stories and Poems edited by Caroline Feller Bauer
Tea Party Today: Poems to Sip and Savor by Eileen Spinelli
GUYKU: A Year of Haiku for Boys by Bob Raczka
Noisy Poems for a Busy Day by Robert Heidbreder
Dirt on My Shirt by Jeff Foxworthy
Poems to Perform by Julia Donaldson
Read-Aloud Poems: 50 of the World’s Best-Loved Poems for Parent and Child to Share by Gloria Hale

For more Poetry Teatime titles see our list for 2014.

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