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The voices of today's children are heard through the poetry of Langston Hughes, Li-Young Lee, Jack Prelutsky, Nikki Giovanni, and others whose verses capture the thoughts, hopes, observations, and dreams of youngsters growing up. The voices of today's children are heard through the poetry of Langston Hughes, Li-Young Lee, Jack Prelutsky, Nikki Giovanni, and others whose verses capture the thoughts, hopes, observations, and dreams of youngsters growing up.


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The voices of today's children are heard through the poetry of Langston Hughes, Li-Young Lee, Jack Prelutsky, Nikki Giovanni, and others whose verses capture the thoughts, hopes, observations, and dreams of youngsters growing up. The voices of today's children are heard through the poetry of Langston Hughes, Li-Young Lee, Jack Prelutsky, Nikki Giovanni, and others whose verses capture the thoughts, hopes, observations, and dreams of youngsters growing up.

13 review for Through Our Eyes: Poems and Pictures about Growing Up

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ashleigh

    These are a wonderful selection of poems by authors such as: Nikki Giovanni, Jack Prelutsky, and Langston Hughes. My major criticism of this collection is that the photographs seem outdated. I think it would be hard for students to relate to these photos because they are clearly from 20 years ago. I would be interested in using these poems to have the children find images that they thought were important to bring meaning to the text. It could also be a nice extension project for children to crea These are a wonderful selection of poems by authors such as: Nikki Giovanni, Jack Prelutsky, and Langston Hughes. My major criticism of this collection is that the photographs seem outdated. I think it would be hard for students to relate to these photos because they are clearly from 20 years ago. I would be interested in using these poems to have the children find images that they thought were important to bring meaning to the text. It could also be a nice extension project for children to create their own poems about growing up and include their own photography.

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    Paul Hankins

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    Pat Morris

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    Stephanie

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  12. 4 out of 5

    Robin

  13. 5 out of 5

    Walter Schoenly

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