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Boom! Bellow! Bleat! : animal poems for two or more voices / Georgia Heard ; illustrated by Aaron DeWitt.

By: Heard, Georgia [author.].
Contributor(s): DeWitt, Aaron, 1983- [illustrator.].
Material type: TextTextEdition: First edition.Description: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781620915202; 1620915200.Uniform titles: Poems. Selections Subject(s): Animal sounds -- Juvenile poetry | Animals -- Juvenile poetry | Children's poetry, AmericanGenre/Form: Children's poetry, American.DDC classification: 811.6 Other classification: JNF042010 | JNF003000
Contents:
Animal songs -- We don't say Ribbit! -- We call to each other -- Noisy fish -- You can't see us, but you can hear us -- Song thief -- Rattlesnake warning -- Cricket arithmetic : three haiku -- Flight of the honeybees -- Bigclaw snapping shrimp -- Songsters of the sea -- The language of elephants -- Forest orchestra.
Summary: Designed to be read aloud by two or more people, this playful collection of thirteen poems for young children explores a variety of animal sounds. Includes animal facts.
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Animal songs -- We don't say Ribbit! -- We call to each other -- Noisy fish -- You can't see us, but you can hear us -- Song thief -- Rattlesnake warning -- Cricket arithmetic : three haiku -- Flight of the honeybees -- Bigclaw snapping shrimp -- Songsters of the sea -- The language of elephants -- Forest orchestra.

Designed to be read aloud by two or more people, this playful collection of thirteen poems for young children explores a variety of animal sounds. Includes animal facts.

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Georgia Heard is the author of Creatures of Earth, Sea, and Sky- Animal Poems and has compiled several poetry anthologies for children, including The Arrow Finds Its Mark- A Book of Found Poems and Falling Down the Page- A Book of List Poems. A founding member of the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project with Lucy Calkins, she is also the author of multiple books on teaching writing. She lives in North Palm Beach, Florida. Visit her at georgiaheard.com.

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