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YUMMY!: Eating through a Day

by Lee Bennett Hopkins

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This book is a book full of poems about eating food. Most of the poems rhymed. All the poems are about breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, and dessert. They are all by a number of different writers.

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I enjoyed this book as well as my daughter. She had me read it over and over. I love reading poems especially the ones that rhyme.

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Have the students create their own poems.
Have each student write a verse and put all the lines together as a class and read it aloud.
  Dr3a | Apr 8, 2016 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 068981755X, Hardcover)

What's YUMMY?

Everything from the smell of cinnamon buns baking at breakfast to a delicious pasta dinner with a sunset-colored mango for dessert. Join a wild and wacky family as they celebrate the wide variety of foods on today's menu. In Renée Flower's playful illustrations, a boy struggles to pry open his giant cereal box, a girl hides in a bag of potato chips, and even the parents have fun with the idea of table manners.

Lee Bennett Hopkins weaves new voices together with those of beloved poets like Tony Johnston and David McCord for an anthology that rolls easily off the tongue. So open these pages and enjoy the exuberant spirit and tasty selections within.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 17:58:48 -0400)

A collection of brief poems about all different kinds of foods--from cereal and oranges to pasta, potato chips, and peas.

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