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Changes: A Child's First Poetry Collection (vuoden 2015 painos)

– tekijä: Charlotte Zolotow (Tekijä)

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First comes spring with birds building nests... Summer with its abundance of roses... Fall with crisp falling leaves... and winter with bright brushes of snow. As the seasons change, there is new beauty waiting to be discovered. Charlotte Zolotow's classic poems paired with Tiphanie Beeke's lovely illustrations make for a perfect poetry collection for every child. Charlotte Zolotow-author,editor, publisher, and educator-had one of the most distinguished careers in the field of children's literature. Born in Norfolk, Virginia in 1915, Changes: A Child's First Collection of Poetryis published on the occasion of Charlotte Zolotow's 100th birthday.… (lisätietoja)
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Teoksen nimi:Changes: A Child's First Poetry Collection
Kirjailijat:Charlotte Zolotow (Tekijä)
Info:Sourcebooks Jabberwocky (2015), 40 pages
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Poetry collection with the theme of change of seasons.
  Jahnavee | Apr 27, 2018 |
Summary of book
The poems are broken down into the seasons which allows them to be easily incorporated into lessons and crafts throughout the school year. Each sections poems so perfectly encompass the feelings of their seasons.

Personal Reaction to the Book
I truly enjoyed this poem book. I have favorites in each section. Spring would have to be Pansies, Summer is Blue, Fall would be Halloween or Look, and Winter being Winter has Arrived. I too spend many a winter day longing for warmer weather so this was definitely my favorite. I loved this book for both the poems and illustrations.

Classroom Extension Ideas
1. In the classroom, Have students write a poem about their favorite season
2. Incorporate a seasonal poem into an arts and crafts project such as the Halloween poem into a pumpkin craft. ( )
  nativesun81 | Nov 30, 2017 |
I really loved this book, for several reasons. First, the plot of the story was organized, and informative. For example, the book starts with spring and has a few poems about spring, then moves to summer and has a few poems about summer, and the other seasons. The organization of the plot allows reader to more easily grasp the concept of seasons. Second, the language is descriptive, and allows the reader to visualize the idea. For example, the poem about pansies says, "pansies purple, pansies blue, their funny faces remind me of you. For whether they're yellow or reddish or blue, they seem to be smiling just like you." The main idea of the story is to educate children about the seasons, and what occurs during the seasons. ( )
  lducke3 | Mar 2, 2016 |
This is a collection of poems that are categorized by seasons. The poems are great for younger children because of the simplicity of the poems. Readers will be able to understand the poems while still being interested in the form of poetry. ( )
  elmisner | Jul 23, 2015 |
I usually am not much of a poetry fan, but this galley (which was accidentally sent to our cataloger from whom I stole it) had eye-catching pictures and I couldn't resist it.

This is a new edition presenting 28 poems by Charlotte Zolotow. The table of contents has an introductory poem under "Celebrating the Seasons" and then divides the rest into the four seasons, with large, colorful thumbnails marking each section.

The introduction, by Charlotte's daughter Crescent Dragonwagon, talks about the beauty of Charlotte's poetry and her legacy. The introductory poem is bittersweet; it talks about how the seasons are the same every year, but "It is only I/who have changed."

"Spring" includes poems on the river, the wind, watching a bird as you lie in the grass, and several on flowers. "Little crocus/like a cup,/holding all that sunlight up!" "Summer" felt more generic to me with poems about feelings, colors, the ocean, a bridge on a summer night, and insects. "Autumn" focuses more on the season, changing leaves, school, and two poems on Halloween. "Winter" focuses on snow, ice, and waiting for spring. One short poem stands out to me, "Scene" which reads "Little trees like pencil strokes/black and still/etched forever in my mind/on that snowy hill."

The artwork reminded me a little of Jana Christy's soft, fuzzy scenes but while the backgrounds had those same softly glowing colors and blurred edges, the people and animals that populate the book are drawn with clear lines and bolder colors, standing out against the softer backgrounds. Although the poems and art generally picture a specific area - typical four seasons geography - the children pictured are diverse. I think they're the same six children on the cover, shown in different clothes and settings throughout the book, but I'm not obsessive enough to compare each one to be sure.

Verdict: Although poetry generally doesn't circulate well in my library, poetry cleverly disguised as picture books can be sneaked into the picture book section and seasons are always a popular topic. This is a lovely collection of beautiful, accessible verse that parents and children alike can enjoy and, if cataloged and marketed well, should circulate briskly. Recommended.

ISBN: 9781492610685; Published 2015 by Sourcebooks/Jabberwocky; Galley provided by publisher; Purchased for the library
  JeanLittleLibrary | Jun 14, 2015 |
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First comes spring with birds building nests... Summer with its abundance of roses... Fall with crisp falling leaves... and winter with bright brushes of snow. As the seasons change, there is new beauty waiting to be discovered. Charlotte Zolotow's classic poems paired with Tiphanie Beeke's lovely illustrations make for a perfect poetry collection for every child. Charlotte Zolotow-author,editor, publisher, and educator-had one of the most distinguished careers in the field of children's literature. Born in Norfolk, Virginia in 1915, Changes: A Child's First Collection of Poetryis published on the occasion of Charlotte Zolotow's 100th birthday.

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