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Song And Dance

by Lee Bennett Hopkins

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Colorful and fun poems celebrating music and dance. ( )
  makasireh | Nov 26, 2013 |
A book of poems that could be used to promote movement in children or read for music class. ( )
  lekenned | Nov 29, 2011 |
This would be a wonderful book to have in a children's music class. I feel this book could be useful to children of all ages. My two favorites were "What is Jazz?" and "Birds' Square Dance." I really like the rhythm of these two. You can take this book and use it in so many ways. It could be used to: teach rhythm, poetry, for entertainment, as a sing along; there are just so many possibilities. ( )
  kzrobin | Sep 13, 2011 |
A collection of poems that is sure to deliver a positive feeling amongst all. The illustrations that are created with the use of cut-outs, compliment the simple, but enjoyable, poems well. What I especially appreciate about the illustrations is that they portray individuals with many different shades of skin, perfect for a book about music and dance belonging to various different cultures.

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“Can you dance a question mark?
Can you dance an exclamation point?
Can you dance a couple of commas?
And bring it to a finish with a period?”

From the poem Line Written for Gene Kelly to Dance to, by Carl Sandburg
  LanaLee123 | Jun 7, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689801599, Hardcover)

Celebrating the rhythms that surround us, an illustrated anthology of poetry captures a world of music and movement in works by Ashley Bryan, Carl Sandburg, Langston Hughes, and other notable authors.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:02:48 -0400)

A collection of poems about music and dance by such poets as Carl Sandburg, Charlotte Zolotow, Langston Hughes, and Eve Merriam.

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