PRAISE FOR THE POETRY FRIDAY ANTHOLOGY
“Find a place for this book on your desk since you’ll be turning to it time and time again. You may even want two copies, one for your students and one for your own use.”
(review of The Poetry Friday Anthology K-5 Edition in IRA’s Reading Today)
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK
This is the Common Core e-book version of The Poetry Friday Anthology for Middle School (Grades 6-8). This e-book contains 110 poems for Grades 6-8, with step-by-step poetry lessons for each poem that address state standards and curriculum requirements in the English Language Arts (ELA).
You can use this e-book together with the 283-page paperback version; type in search words and show a poem to your whole class by using a projector and your computer. Pick the version of The Poetry Friday Anthology for Middle School (PFAMS) that meets your needs.
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71 POETS, 110 POEMS
The 110 poems in this book represent the work of 71 of the best poets who are writing for young people: Joy Acey, Jeannine Atkins, Carmen T. Bernier-Grand, Robyn Hood Black, Calef Brown, Joseph Bruchac, Jen Bryant, Leslie Bulion, Stephanie Calmenson, Deborah Chandra, Kate Coombs, Cynthia Cotten, Kristy Dempsey, Margarita Engle, Betsy Franco, Carole Gerber, Charles Ghigna, Joan Bransfield Graham, Nikki Grimes, Lorie Ann Grover, Monica Gunning, Mary Lee Hahn, Avis Harley, David L. Harrison, Terry Webb Harshman, Juanita Havill, Georgia Heard, Stephanie Hemphill, Sara Holbrook, Carol-Ann Hoyte, Patricia Hubbell, Jacqueline Jules, X.J. Kennedy, Linda Kulp, Julie Larios, Irene Latham, Renée M. LaTulippe, Gail Carson Levine, Debbie Levy, J. Patrick Lewis, George Ella Lyon, Guadalupe Garcia McCall, Heidi Mordhorst, Marilyn Nelson, Lesléa Newman, Naomi Shihab Nye, Ann Whitford Paul, Jack Prelutsky, Mary Quattlebaum, Heidi Bee Roemer, Michael J. Rosen, Deborah Ruddell, Laura Purdie Salas, Michael Salinger, Ted Scheu, Joyce Sidman, Marilyn Singer, Ken Slesarik, Sonya Sones, Eileen Spinelli, Holly Thompson, Amy Ludwig VanDerwater, Lee Wardlaw, Charles Waters, April Halprin Wayland, Robert Weinstock, Steven Withrow, Allan Wolf, Virginia Euwer Wolff, Janet Wong, and Jane Yolen.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Sylvia Vardell is Professor in the School of Library and Information Studies at Texas Woman’s University and has taught graduate courses in children's and young adult literature at various universities since 1981.
Janet Wong is a graduate of Yale Law School who switched careers and became a children’s poet. Her dramatic career change has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN’s Paula Zahn Show, and Radical Sabbatical.
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Published February 25, 2013
by Pomelo Books.
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