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Wham! It's a Poetry Jam: Discovering Performance Poetry

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2005

    Wham It's a Poetry Jam

    The poetry book Wham I'ts a Poetry Jam has great childrens poetry. I belive that only children would like it because it is about what children think and do. I don't think that adults would like it becausethey don't understand what goes through childrens minds. I think that Sara Holbrook should not add so many paragraphs to her poems. They are just and excuse to make the book longer. In the poem Testing New waters I made a connection because I remeber times when I have had trouble deciding whether I should do something or not. In the poem The Dog ate My Homework, I made another connection because I have used that excuse before evven though I do not have a dog. The poem Angry made me think of all the times I have been and stonmped around, yelled, banged stuff, and threw stuff around the room, but the only person to blame was me. How do you think Sara Holbrook gets her ideas for her poems? Do you have any guesses how long it takes Sara to write a book? Do you think her two daughters inspire some of her poems? My guess is she is inspired by children not only her own. The average poetry book by Sara Holbrook takes two years to write, correct, and publish.

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