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by Jason Stemple,Jane Yolen

eBook Least Things: Poems about Small Natures ePub
Author: Jason Stemple,Jane Yolen
Language: English
ISBN: 1590780981
ISBN13: 978-1590780985
Publisher: WordSong (September 1, 2003)
Pages: 32
Category: Arts Music & Photography
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 781
Formats: mbr mobi txt lrf
ePub file: 1125 kb
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The smallest of nature's wonders are treated with reverence, sensitivity, and gentle humor in this new collection of poems by celebrated writer Jane Yolen.

The smallest of nature's wonders are treated with reverence, sensitivity, and gentle humor in this new collection of poems by celebrated writer Jane Yolen. Accompanied by Jason Stemple's extraordinary photographs, these fourteen poems, all in haiku form, eloquently capture common creatures in all their humility, quirkiness, and splendor. Young readers can easily identify the tree frog, snail, grasshopper, hummingbird, spider, and other tiny subjects while delighting in these thoughtful poetic gems filled with simple words and abundant imagination

The smallest of nature's wonders are treated with reverence, sensitivity, and gentle humor in this new collection of poems by celebrated writer Jane Yolen. Accompanied by Jason Stemple's extraordinary photographs.

I would really recommend this book. Again it is by Jane Yolen and Jane Yolen to me is an amazing poem writer. Anybody that reads this will fall in love with Jane Yolen

I would really recommend this book. Anybody that reads this will fall in love with Jane Yolen. If you read this, you won't want to stop reading Jane Yolen.

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7-Imp’s 7 Kicks Featuring Jason Stemple and Jane Yolen. The book features twelve poems, along with Jason’s nature photography, which reflect upon (excuse the bad pun) the doubled images and patterns created by the reflective nature of water. April 12th, 2009 by Eisha and Jules. The first mirror was water: puddles, pools, lakes, quiet rivers, Jane writes in the opening author’s note.

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Least Things: Poems about Small Natures (2003, photos by Jason Stemple). Yolen, Jane (March 2014). What a time traveler needs most". Fine Feathered Friends (2004, photos by Jason Stemple). Count Me a Rhyme: Animal Poems by the Numbers (2006, photos by Jason Stemple). Shape Me a Rhyme: Nature's Forms in Poetry (2007, photos by Jason Stemple). A Mirror to Nature: Poems About Reflection (2009, photos by Jason Stemple). Asimov's Science Fiction. "Books by Jane Yolen (Author of The Devil's Arithmetic)". Retrieved 2018-09-10. "Jane Yolen - Works".

Poems about Reflection. By Jane Yolen Photographed by Jason Stemple. Nature’s beauty is captured in twelve thoughtful poems and breathtaking pictures in this winner of the John Burroughs Nature Books for Young Readers Award

Poems about Reflection. Nature’s beauty is captured in twelve thoughtful poems and breathtaking pictures in this winner of the John Burroughs Nature Books for Young Readers Award. Watery reflections provide an appropriate backdrop for author Jane Yolen’s musings on nature, such as a raccoon swimming with his reflected self, the water-jagged legs of a snowy egret, and the double danger of a hungry alligator at the edge of a swamp. Jason Stemple’s photographs offer whimsical peeks at the natural world we rarely chance to see.

Jason Stemple, a free-lance photographer, provided the photographs for Horizons, Color Me a Rhyme, Once Upon Ice, Water Music, and Snow, Snow -all poetry books for young people written by his mother, Jane Yolen. He lives in Charleston, South Carolina.

Photographs by Jason Stemple . ISBN 1-59078-098-1 Boyds Mills hardcover. LEAST THINGS began when I read the quote, Nature excels in her least things. I told my photographer son Jason and he began taking photos of nature’s smallest things–jingle shells, tiny crabs, butterflies, bees, hummingbirds, etc. Slowly he gathered his photographs but I had an enormous amount of trouble writing the poems. The first two I tried were for the shells and the crab, and they were dreadful–and twice as long as the objects he had photographed! And then one day I sat up in bed and said, Of course, haiku!

The smallest of nature's wonders are treated with reverence, sensitivity, and gentle humor in this new collection of poems by celebrated writer Jane Yolen. Accompanied by Jason Stemple's extraordinary photographs, these fourteen poems, all in haiku form, eloquently capture common creatures in all their humility, quirkiness, and splendor. Young readers can easily identify the tree frog, snail, grasshopper, hummingbird, spider, and other tiny subjects while delighting in these thoughtful poetic gems filled with simple words and abundant imagination.
Mautaxe
This is a fabulous book that blends nonfiction information about animals, up close photographs, and haiku poetry. It also includes an author's note that gives valuable information about the author's process in creating this book.
Andronrad
Wonderful poems and great service. I was very satisfied!
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