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Eva Moore (1)

Author of The Wild Whale Watch

For other authors named Eva Moore, see the disambiguation page.

31+ Works 14,138 Members 111 Reviews

About the Author

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Works by Eva Moore

The Wild Whale Watch (2000) 2,386 copies
The Truth About Bats (1999) 1,819 copies
Space Explorers (2000) 1,668 copies
Sing a Song of Popcorn: Every Child's Book of Poems (1988) — Editor — 1,000 copies
Johnny Appleseed (1964) 531 copies
Lucky Ducklings (2013) 272 copies

Associated Works

Joseph and the Coat of Many Colors (1965) — Adapter — 129 copies

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adventure (33) animals (190) bats (109) biographies (34) biography (207) biology (40) bones (48) chapter (37) chapter book (270) children (106) children's (116) dogs (46) early reader (37) fantasy (41) fiction (260) Franklin (38) hibernation (43) history (72) human body (50) informational (32) juvenile (44) kids (31) Level P (45) Magic School Bus (538) mammals (48) nature (32) non-fiction (179) ocean (45) P (43) picture book (79) poetry (232) safety (34) school (46) science (578) science fiction (30) series (108) space (80) to-read (32) whales (97) winter (38)

Common Knowledge

Birthdate
4/16/1942
Gender
female
Nationality
USA
Places of residence
Montauk, New York, USA
Occupations
children's book author

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Sing a Song of Popcorn is a child's collection book of poems. This book of poems contains various topics such a spooky poems, story poems, weather poems, fun with rhymes and many more. This book offers such a wide variety of poetry and topics that I believe it would be great for any elementary age K-2nd grade. This poem book offers s wide range of poems that will definitely catch the students interest in at least one poem.
 
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nrortega3 | 24 other reviews | Feb 29, 2024 |
This is a collection of poems for children illustrated by Caldecott Medal artists. They are divided into theme sections, each illustrated by a different artist - weather, spooky poems, story poems, animals, spirits, nonsense poems, haiku poems, and thoughts and feelings. The poems range from ancient to contemporary and poets include Robert Louis Stevenson, Emily Dickinson, Edward Lear and Ogden Nash.
 
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Works
31
Also by
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Members
14,138
Popularity
#1,629
Rating
4.0
Reviews
111
ISBNs
144
Languages
6

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