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Wordsworth the Poet by Frances Kakugawa

Wordsworth the Poet

by Frances Kakugawa

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0974267201, Hardcover)

Wordsworth writes poetry — about rainbows made of butterflies and castles in the clouds. But all the other mice in the Hawaiian rain forest make fun of Wordsworth and his "silly" poems, until the day the sun disappears, and the sky rumbles, and the rain begins to fall and fall. That's when Wordsworth takes pen in hand and shows the others how poetry can save the day. In this heartwarming children's story by poet and educator Frances H. Kakugawa, young readers can learn the value of self-expression, then try writing their own poems about the world around them.

Wordsworth the Poet was the recipient of the 2004 Ka Palapala Book Award for Excellence in Children's Books from the Hawaii Book Publishers' Association.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:19 -0400)

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