One At A Time: His Collected Poems for the Young

David T.W. McCord Henry B. Kane

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One At A Time: His Collected Poems for the Young

One At A Time His Collected Poems for the Young An illustrated collection of poems about diverse topics including nature animals favorite places and colors

  • Title: One At A Time: His Collected Poems for the Young
  • Author: David T.W. McCord Henry B. Kane
  • ISBN: 9780316555166
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An illustrated collection of poems about diverse topics including nature, animals, favorite places, and colors.

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    1. Zoraida Rivera Morales on said:

      A very diverse collection of poetry for it includes different types of poems and an array of topics of interest to children. I loved some of the poems like: The Door, Tooth Trouble, This is my Rock and Books. Some poems are very, very short and some go on for various pages. It's a great poet to read and enjoy and to learn from.

    2. Rachel on said:

      I really didn't like Thompson's poetry. I thought the phrasing was awkward and hard to read especially for the audience it is intended for.I read "Mr. Mixup Tells a Story." This is about a guy who is trying to get a story right and keeps on saying wrong (rhyming) words. I understand that it was obviously supposed to be mixed up, but I didn't even understand what was going on the whole time. Because of the phrasing and choppy sentences, it was even more confusing than I think it was originally in [...]

    3. TJ on said:

      When I was younger I loved David McCord's poetry. You can tell by the beaten up dust cover and hardcovers just how much I read them. This collection of poems my father was able to get signed by the author in 1987.

    4. Nicole Fellows on said:

      Some of the poems I looked at in this book were "Yellow" and "Where?" I thought these poems were cute, but a lot of the others were somewhat confusing. I didn't like this author's style of writing as much. His poems didn't seem to flow quite as easily. A lot of the topics were fun though.

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