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Allan Wolf is a member of Poetry Alive!, a national touring company, and is able to recite hundreds of poems from memory. It is perhaps then unsurprising that he chose to write this novel in poetic form. Allan Wolf lives in Asheville, North Carolina, with his wife and three children

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The Spoken Word Revolution Redux (2007) — Contributor — 84 copies

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The Blanket Where Violet Sits shares an evening to remember for Violet and her family as they stargaze in the park. Told in cumulative rhyme and accompanied by detailed illustrations in muted tones the story takes the reader on a journey from Earth and out into space. A variety of perspectives show how small we are in the vast universe and emphasizes where Violet is located throughout the book. Additional information at the end, such as a glossary or planet names, would have been beneficial. Inventive concept that will keep readers attention and could be used in a classroom or a storytime.… (more)
 
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SWONclear | 1 other review | Oct 26, 2023 |
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Hardcover ‏ ISBN-10: 0763663247 ISBN-13: 978-0763663247
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AUHS_Library | 13 other reviews | Sep 15, 2023 |
Collection of poetry all revolving around a garden created at a school. There are many different styles of poetry present in the book. Some of the poems are informational in nature, like "Latin Nomenclature" which gives the Latin names for many different vegetables, and "The FBI of Compost" which teaches children how composting works. Others are humorous, like "Diary of a Carrot" which tells the story of a carrot that starts to grow but isn't sure what he is until he is chopped up and put into a stew. I think this book would be highly engaging for all grades, but particularly grades 1 through 4.… (more)
 
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