By Kay Winters,Patrice Barton
Poet Kay Winters has written a booklet of zippy poems centering at the triumphs and trials of these first university years. This cheery assortment covers an incredible variety of actions from the anticipated--dashing to the bus and technology category discoveries--to the thoroughly unexpected--losing a permission slip and seeing a instructor outdoors the study room. Patrice Barton's sweetly smudgy watercolor illustrations express a superbly assorted category of younger scholars, making this a great choice for each collection.
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Did You Hear What I Heard?: Poems About School by Kay Winters,Patrice Barton