Kathleen OlmsteadISBN: 0806993537;
Book Description "To a poet, nothing can be useless." --Samuel Johnson Beautifully and sturdily made, with a spiral binding, elastic band closure, and lined pages just waiting to be filled, this special journal is a precious, private place where budding writers can practice their craft and reveal their innermost thoughts. Whether it's a love sonnet, evocative haiku, or humorous limerick, a poem can be about anything. The inspiration's already there, ready to take flight; here's where kids will learn how to set it free and find fresh ways to load those blank pages with wonderful verse. They'll explore the structure of various poetic forms and get advice on becoming a better writer. A variety of inventive exercises will stimulate creativity and motivate them to pick up the pen. There are even hints to get past writer's block. And, because a good poet also must read poetry, enticing samples from Shakespeare, Edna St. Vincent Millay, William...
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