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The Resource National Geographic book of animal poetry : 200 poems that squeak, soar, and roar : with favorites from Robert Frost, Jack Prelutsky, Emily Dickinson, and more, edited by J. Patrick Lewis

National Geographic book of animal poetry : 200 poems that squeak, soar, and roar : with favorites from Robert Frost, Jack Prelutsky, Emily Dickinson, and more, edited by J. Patrick Lewis

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National Geographic book of animal poetry : 200 poems that squeak, soar, and roar : with favorites from Robert Frost, Jack Prelutsky, Emily Dickinson, and more
Title
National Geographic book of animal poetry
Title remainder
200 poems that squeak, soar, and roar : with favorites from Robert Frost, Jack Prelutsky, Emily Dickinson, and more
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edited by J. Patrick Lewis
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Author
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Language
eng
Summary
Combines photography with lyrical text celebrating the animal world, in a compilation that includes works by such poets as Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost and Rudyard Kipling
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National geographic
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Intended audience
Elementary Grade
Literary form
poetry
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1830-1886
  • 1874-1963
  • 1865-1936
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Dickinson, Emily
  • Frost, Robert
  • Kipling, Rudyard
  • Lewis, J. Patrick
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Animals
  • Animals
  • Animals
Target audience
juvenile
Label
National Geographic book of animal poetry : 200 poems that squeak, soar, and roar : with favorites from Robert Frost, Jack Prelutsky, Emily Dickinson, and more, edited by J. Patrick Lewis
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 172-173, 180-183) and indexes
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volume
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  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Welcome to the world -- The big ones -- The little ones -- The winged ones -- The water ones -- The strange ones -- The noisy ones -- The quiet ones -- Final thought -- Writing poems about animals
  • by David McCord
  • Haiku / by
  • Joan Bransfield Graham
  • Welcome to the world.
  • The egg
  • by Jack Prelutsky
  • The tickle rhyme
  • by Ian Serraillier
  • What's a caterpillar?
  • by Graham Denton
  • Cocoon
  • by Valerie Worth
  • A farmer's boy
  • by anonymous
  • The cow
  • by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • The pasture
  • by Robert Frost
  • Dear orangutan
  • by David Elliott
  • Moose
  • The Big Ones.
  • by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
  • Song of a bear : a Navajo poem
  • Grandpa bear's lullaby
  • by Jane Yolen
  • Elephant
  • by anonymous
  • Eletelephony
  • by Laura E. Richards
  • Elephant
  • by Ann Whitford Paul
  • Buffalo dusk
  • Anthology
  • by Tracie Vaughn Zimmer
  • The whales off Wales
  • by X.J. Kennedy
  • Polar bear rap
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • Polar bear
  • by Leland Blair Jacobs
  • Moody guy
  • by Avis Harley
  • by Carl Sandburg
  • The white rhinoceros
  • by Stephen Mitchell
  • Tiger
  • by anonymous
  • Giraffe
  • by Valerie Worth
  • Above all
  • by Avis Harley
  • The hippopotamus
  • by Hilaire Belloc
  • Wedding bears
  • The horses
  • by Maxine Kumin
  • The horseman
  • by Walter de la Mare
  • Horses
  • by Aileen Fisher
  • The white horse
  • by D.H. Lawrence
  • Mountain gorilla
  • by Janet S. Wong
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • The purple cow
  • by Gelett Burgess
  • Cow
  • by Georgia Heard
  • Grasshoppers three : an old song
  • Little fish
  • by D.H. Lawrence
  • The caterpillar
  • by Douglas Florian
  • Caterpillar
  • by Tony Johnston
  • The butterfly
  • by John Fuller
  • The little ones.
  • Butterfly
  • by Benjamin Franklin
  • Cockroach sandwich
  • by Colin McNaughton
  • The scorpion
  • by Hilaire Belloc
  • Inchworm
  • by Michael J. Rosen
  • Inch by inch
  • by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
  • Ladybug
  • Rich lizard
  • by Deborah Chandra
  • The chipmunk
  • by Ogden Nash
  • Spruce woods
  • by A.R. Ammons
  • Squirrel forgets
  • by Lilian Moore
  • Polliwogs
  • by Kristine O'Connell George
  • by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
  • Oh the toe-test!
  • by Norma Farber
  • The spider is a lovely lady
  • by Frank Asch
  • I am a snail
  • by anonymous
  • From the snail
  • by William Cowper
  • Riddle
  • Mary Ann Hoberman
  • Ants
  • Snail
  • by X.J. Kennedy
  • Bee
  • by X.J. Kennedy
  • The pedigree of honey
  • by Emily Dickinson
  • Move over
  • by Lilian Moore
  • A bee
  • by Matsuo Basho; translated by Robert Hass
  • by Marilyn Singer
  • A mouse of my acquaintance
  • by anonymous
  • The city mouse and the garden mouse
  • by Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • Hamster hide-and-seek
  • by Avis Harley
  • Solitude
  • by Charles Simic
  • Dragonfly
  • Gray Goose
  • by Julie Larrios
  • Moon geese
  • by Ann Turner
  • What was that?
  • by David L. Harrison
  • De grey goose
  • by Huddie Ledbetter
  • Puzzling
  • by William Cole
  • The winged ones.
  • Blue jay
  • by Janet S. Wong
  • The blackbird
  • by Humbert Wolfe
  • Dust of snow
  • by Robert Frost
  • The eagle
  • by Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • Mother's plea
  • by Lee Bennett Hopkins
  • Three little owls who sang hymns
  • Coastal bats
  • by Calef Brown
  • A warbler
  • by Walter de la Mare
  • The saddest noise
  • by Emily Dickinson
  • Birds in the garden
  • by anonymous
  • From sing-song
  • by Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • by anonymous
  • Inuit song
  • translated by Edward Field, after Nakasuk
  • Haiku
  • by anonymous
  • Visitor
  • by Kristine O'Connell George
  • You can talk about your hummingbirds
  • by Arnold Adoff
  • Hummingbird
  • by Janet S. Wong
  • A wise old owl : a nursery rhyme
  • Haiku
  • by J.W. Hackett
  • Arrivals
  • by Ann Turner
  • The white egret
  • by Paul Janeczko
  • The parrot
  • by anonymous
  • Haiku
  • by anonymous
  • I talk with the moon
  • by Beverly McLoughland
  • by Jane Yolen
  • The starfish
  • by David McCord
  • Seal
  • by William Jay Smith
  • The performing seal
  • by Rachel Field
  • Seal lullaby
  • by Rudyard Kipling
  • The walrus
  • The water ones.
  • by Jack Prelutsky
  • The eel
  • by Ogden Nash
  • Beavers in November
  • by Marilyn Singer
  • There was an old person of Hyde
  • by Edward Lear
  • Young Prince Pinch
  • by Avis Harley
  • The crab
  • The penguin
  • by Conrad Aiken
  • Happy the ocean
  • by anonymous
  • Sea turtle
  • by anonymous
  • Turtles
  • by Charles Ghigna
  • The shark
  • by Lord Alfred Douglas
  • About the teeth of sharks
  • by Oliver Herford
  • John Ciardi
  • Sea jelly
  • by Kelly Ramsdell Fineman
  • Do oysters sneeze?
  • by Jack Prelutsky
  • Mussel
  • by Steven Withrow
  • Don't call alligator long-mouth till you cross river
  • by John Agard
  • The crocodile
  • Penguins
  • by Lewis Carroll
  • Dark meat
  • by anonymous
  • by Charles Ghigna
  • Lost in the cold
  • by anonymous
  • Anemone
  • by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • I am a baby porcupette
  • by Joyce Sidman
  • Porcupine
  • by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
  • The octopus
  • by Ogden Nash
  • Seahorse
  • by Blake Morrison
  • What is the opposite of pillow?
  • The strange ones.
  • by Richard Wilbur
  • The argument
  • by Bobbi Katz
  • The anteater
  • by Douglas Florian
  • Travel plans
  • by Bobbi Katz
  • The meerkats of Africa
  • by Gavin Ewart
  • Sand ghost
  • Moray eel
  • by Betsy Franco
  • Frilled lizard
  • by Alice Schertle
  • The yak
  • by Hilaire Belloc
  • How to tell a camel
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • Skunk
  • by Lilian Moore
  • A flamingo is
  • by Steven Withrow
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • A blue-footed booby
  • by Michael J. Rosen
  • Spoonbill haiku
  • by Jane Yolen
  • How to paint a zebra
  • by anonymous
  • Zebra
  • by Gavin Ewart
  • Zebra
  • All you oughta know about a piranha
  • by Judith Thurman
  • A promise
  • by Bobbi Katz
  • A centipede was happy quite
  • by anonymous
  • Vanishing act
  • by Tracie Vaughn Zimmer
  • Proboscis monkey ponders man
  • by Alice Schertle
  • by Michael J. Rosen
  • The ostrich
  • by Ogden Nash
  • The ostrich is a silly bird
  • by Myra Cohn Livingston
  • Splinter
  • by Carl Sandburg
  • Crickets
  • by Harry Behn
  • Why pigs cannot write poems
  • by John Ciardi
  • Pig
  • by Richard Edwards
  • Piety
  • The noisy ones.
  • by Ambrose Bierce
  • Summertime
  • by Myra Cohn Livingston
  • Unpopular Rex
  • by X.J. Kennedy
  • Dog
  • by Naomi Shihab Nye
  • The breed you need
  • by Bobbi Katz
  • The greater cats
  • The frog
  • by V. Sackville-West
  • You've got male
  • by Avis Harley
  • Lion
  • by Janet S. Wong
  • A picture of the rooster
  • by Tang Yin
  • Raccoon
  • by Janet S. Wong
  • From road-song of the bandar-log
  • by Hilaire Belloc
  • by Rudyard Kipling
  • From the law of the jungle
  • by Rudyard Kipling
  • Why wolves howl
  • by anonymous
  • Jack A
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • The donkey : a nursery rhyme
  • Visiting an old friend
  • by Charles Waters
  • The bull
  • by Alice Schertle
  • Bull and ox
  • by anonymous
  • Crickets
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • The warning
  • by Adelaide Crapsey
  • Home to roost
  • by Kay Ryan
  • The hens
  • by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
  • Haiku
  • by Kristine O'Connell George
  • Cat in the snow
  • The quiet ones.
  • by Aileen Fisher
  • Fog
  • by Carl Sandburg
  • Haiku
  • by Avis Harley
  • Two cats
  • by anonymous
  • Sunning
  • by James S. Tippett
  • Pet snake
  • Rabbit
  • by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
  • Dressing like a snake
  • by Georgia Heard
  • Snake
  • by Barbara Juster Esbensen
  • The panther
  • by Ogden Nash
  • Coyote landscape
  • by Jane Yolen
  • I saw a sloth play soccer
  • by Mary Ann Hoberman
  • by Kenn Nesbitt
  • Four ducks on a pond
  • by William Allingham
  • Firefly
  • by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
  • Luna moth
  • Writing poems about animals
  • Final thoughts. Animals
  • by Walt Whitman
  • Hurt no living thing
  • by Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • Magic words : an Inuit poem
  • translated by Edward Field
  • Make the earth your companion
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
Control code
769424441
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
183 pages
Isbn
9781426310546
Lccn
2012010404
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Master record 040 $e RDA change
Other physical details
chiefly color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)769424441
Label
National Geographic book of animal poetry : 200 poems that squeak, soar, and roar : with favorites from Robert Frost, Jack Prelutsky, Emily Dickinson, and more, edited by J. Patrick Lewis
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 172-173, 180-183) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Welcome to the world -- The big ones -- The little ones -- The winged ones -- The water ones -- The strange ones -- The noisy ones -- The quiet ones -- Final thought -- Writing poems about animals
  • by David McCord
  • Haiku / by
  • Joan Bransfield Graham
  • Welcome to the world.
  • The egg
  • by Jack Prelutsky
  • The tickle rhyme
  • by Ian Serraillier
  • What's a caterpillar?
  • by Graham Denton
  • Cocoon
  • by Valerie Worth
  • A farmer's boy
  • by anonymous
  • The cow
  • by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • The pasture
  • by Robert Frost
  • Dear orangutan
  • by David Elliott
  • Moose
  • The Big Ones.
  • by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
  • Song of a bear : a Navajo poem
  • Grandpa bear's lullaby
  • by Jane Yolen
  • Elephant
  • by anonymous
  • Eletelephony
  • by Laura E. Richards
  • Elephant
  • by Ann Whitford Paul
  • Buffalo dusk
  • Anthology
  • by Tracie Vaughn Zimmer
  • The whales off Wales
  • by X.J. Kennedy
  • Polar bear rap
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • Polar bear
  • by Leland Blair Jacobs
  • Moody guy
  • by Avis Harley
  • by Carl Sandburg
  • The white rhinoceros
  • by Stephen Mitchell
  • Tiger
  • by anonymous
  • Giraffe
  • by Valerie Worth
  • Above all
  • by Avis Harley
  • The hippopotamus
  • by Hilaire Belloc
  • Wedding bears
  • The horses
  • by Maxine Kumin
  • The horseman
  • by Walter de la Mare
  • Horses
  • by Aileen Fisher
  • The white horse
  • by D.H. Lawrence
  • Mountain gorilla
  • by Janet S. Wong
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • The purple cow
  • by Gelett Burgess
  • Cow
  • by Georgia Heard
  • Grasshoppers three : an old song
  • Little fish
  • by D.H. Lawrence
  • The caterpillar
  • by Douglas Florian
  • Caterpillar
  • by Tony Johnston
  • The butterfly
  • by John Fuller
  • The little ones.
  • Butterfly
  • by Benjamin Franklin
  • Cockroach sandwich
  • by Colin McNaughton
  • The scorpion
  • by Hilaire Belloc
  • Inchworm
  • by Michael J. Rosen
  • Inch by inch
  • by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
  • Ladybug
  • Rich lizard
  • by Deborah Chandra
  • The chipmunk
  • by Ogden Nash
  • Spruce woods
  • by A.R. Ammons
  • Squirrel forgets
  • by Lilian Moore
  • Polliwogs
  • by Kristine O'Connell George
  • by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
  • Oh the toe-test!
  • by Norma Farber
  • The spider is a lovely lady
  • by Frank Asch
  • I am a snail
  • by anonymous
  • From the snail
  • by William Cowper
  • Riddle
  • Mary Ann Hoberman
  • Ants
  • Snail
  • by X.J. Kennedy
  • Bee
  • by X.J. Kennedy
  • The pedigree of honey
  • by Emily Dickinson
  • Move over
  • by Lilian Moore
  • A bee
  • by Matsuo Basho; translated by Robert Hass
  • by Marilyn Singer
  • A mouse of my acquaintance
  • by anonymous
  • The city mouse and the garden mouse
  • by Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • Hamster hide-and-seek
  • by Avis Harley
  • Solitude
  • by Charles Simic
  • Dragonfly
  • Gray Goose
  • by Julie Larrios
  • Moon geese
  • by Ann Turner
  • What was that?
  • by David L. Harrison
  • De grey goose
  • by Huddie Ledbetter
  • Puzzling
  • by William Cole
  • The winged ones.
  • Blue jay
  • by Janet S. Wong
  • The blackbird
  • by Humbert Wolfe
  • Dust of snow
  • by Robert Frost
  • The eagle
  • by Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • Mother's plea
  • by Lee Bennett Hopkins
  • Three little owls who sang hymns
  • Coastal bats
  • by Calef Brown
  • A warbler
  • by Walter de la Mare
  • The saddest noise
  • by Emily Dickinson
  • Birds in the garden
  • by anonymous
  • From sing-song
  • by Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • by anonymous
  • Inuit song
  • translated by Edward Field, after Nakasuk
  • Haiku
  • by anonymous
  • Visitor
  • by Kristine O'Connell George
  • You can talk about your hummingbirds
  • by Arnold Adoff
  • Hummingbird
  • by Janet S. Wong
  • A wise old owl : a nursery rhyme
  • Haiku
  • by J.W. Hackett
  • Arrivals
  • by Ann Turner
  • The white egret
  • by Paul Janeczko
  • The parrot
  • by anonymous
  • Haiku
  • by anonymous
  • I talk with the moon
  • by Beverly McLoughland
  • by Jane Yolen
  • The starfish
  • by David McCord
  • Seal
  • by William Jay Smith
  • The performing seal
  • by Rachel Field
  • Seal lullaby
  • by Rudyard Kipling
  • The walrus
  • The water ones.
  • by Jack Prelutsky
  • The eel
  • by Ogden Nash
  • Beavers in November
  • by Marilyn Singer
  • There was an old person of Hyde
  • by Edward Lear
  • Young Prince Pinch
  • by Avis Harley
  • The crab
  • The penguin
  • by Conrad Aiken
  • Happy the ocean
  • by anonymous
  • Sea turtle
  • by anonymous
  • Turtles
  • by Charles Ghigna
  • The shark
  • by Lord Alfred Douglas
  • About the teeth of sharks
  • by Oliver Herford
  • John Ciardi
  • Sea jelly
  • by Kelly Ramsdell Fineman
  • Do oysters sneeze?
  • by Jack Prelutsky
  • Mussel
  • by Steven Withrow
  • Don't call alligator long-mouth till you cross river
  • by John Agard
  • The crocodile
  • Penguins
  • by Lewis Carroll
  • Dark meat
  • by anonymous
  • by Charles Ghigna
  • Lost in the cold
  • by anonymous
  • Anemone
  • by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • I am a baby porcupette
  • by Joyce Sidman
  • Porcupine
  • by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
  • The octopus
  • by Ogden Nash
  • Seahorse
  • by Blake Morrison
  • What is the opposite of pillow?
  • The strange ones.
  • by Richard Wilbur
  • The argument
  • by Bobbi Katz
  • The anteater
  • by Douglas Florian
  • Travel plans
  • by Bobbi Katz
  • The meerkats of Africa
  • by Gavin Ewart
  • Sand ghost
  • Moray eel
  • by Betsy Franco
  • Frilled lizard
  • by Alice Schertle
  • The yak
  • by Hilaire Belloc
  • How to tell a camel
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • Skunk
  • by Lilian Moore
  • A flamingo is
  • by Steven Withrow
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • A blue-footed booby
  • by Michael J. Rosen
  • Spoonbill haiku
  • by Jane Yolen
  • How to paint a zebra
  • by anonymous
  • Zebra
  • by Gavin Ewart
  • Zebra
  • All you oughta know about a piranha
  • by Judith Thurman
  • A promise
  • by Bobbi Katz
  • A centipede was happy quite
  • by anonymous
  • Vanishing act
  • by Tracie Vaughn Zimmer
  • Proboscis monkey ponders man
  • by Alice Schertle
  • by Michael J. Rosen
  • The ostrich
  • by Ogden Nash
  • The ostrich is a silly bird
  • by Myra Cohn Livingston
  • Splinter
  • by Carl Sandburg
  • Crickets
  • by Harry Behn
  • Why pigs cannot write poems
  • by John Ciardi
  • Pig
  • by Richard Edwards
  • Piety
  • The noisy ones.
  • by Ambrose Bierce
  • Summertime
  • by Myra Cohn Livingston
  • Unpopular Rex
  • by X.J. Kennedy
  • Dog
  • by Naomi Shihab Nye
  • The breed you need
  • by Bobbi Katz
  • The greater cats
  • The frog
  • by V. Sackville-West
  • You've got male
  • by Avis Harley
  • Lion
  • by Janet S. Wong
  • A picture of the rooster
  • by Tang Yin
  • Raccoon
  • by Janet S. Wong
  • From road-song of the bandar-log
  • by Hilaire Belloc
  • by Rudyard Kipling
  • From the law of the jungle
  • by Rudyard Kipling
  • Why wolves howl
  • by anonymous
  • Jack A
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • The donkey : a nursery rhyme
  • Visiting an old friend
  • by Charles Waters
  • The bull
  • by Alice Schertle
  • Bull and ox
  • by anonymous
  • Crickets
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
  • The warning
  • by Adelaide Crapsey
  • Home to roost
  • by Kay Ryan
  • The hens
  • by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
  • Haiku
  • by Kristine O'Connell George
  • Cat in the snow
  • The quiet ones.
  • by Aileen Fisher
  • Fog
  • by Carl Sandburg
  • Haiku
  • by Avis Harley
  • Two cats
  • by anonymous
  • Sunning
  • by James S. Tippett
  • Pet snake
  • Rabbit
  • by Rebecca Kai Dotlich
  • Dressing like a snake
  • by Georgia Heard
  • Snake
  • by Barbara Juster Esbensen
  • The panther
  • by Ogden Nash
  • Coyote landscape
  • by Jane Yolen
  • I saw a sloth play soccer
  • by Mary Ann Hoberman
  • by Kenn Nesbitt
  • Four ducks on a pond
  • by William Allingham
  • Firefly
  • by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
  • Luna moth
  • Writing poems about animals
  • Final thoughts. Animals
  • by Walt Whitman
  • Hurt no living thing
  • by Christina Georgina Rossetti
  • Magic words : an Inuit poem
  • translated by Edward Field
  • Make the earth your companion
  • by J. Patrick Lewis
Control code
769424441
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
183 pages
Isbn
9781426310546
Lccn
2012010404
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Master record 040 $e RDA change
Other physical details
chiefly color illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)769424441

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