The Other Side of the Door: Poems

The Other Side of the Door: Poems

The Other Side of the Door Poems This companion volume to The Butterfly Jar is a wise and whimsical collection of poems to be read aloud shared laughed over and savored

  • Title: The Other Side of the Door: Poems
  • Author: Jeff Moss
  • ISBN: 9780553072594
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This companion volume to The Butterfly Jar, is a wise and whimsical collection of poems to be read aloud, shared, laughed over and savored.

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    Along the lines of Shel Silverstein, The Other Side of the Door, by Jeff Moss has that same whimsical feel. You aren't ever trying to dig too deep on meaning (in Foot Ball, is it a "party for lots of feet"?), and many are just plain funny as in the The Tightrope Walker With a Sore Throat (two lines!).Five stars because it's simply a great way to introduce poetry to those students who may go "yuck" when that genre is mentioned. Many literary elements used and the illustrations are very basic, but [...]

    This anthology of poems from one of the creators of Sesame Street is an excellent resource of funny, emotional, and poignant topics for fourth graders. The title poem hangs outside my classroom. On the first day of school each year, students read the poem prior to entering the classroom. We then discuss its meaning. There are numerous other poems here that I use throughout the school year for specific skills (onomatopoeia, voice, perspective, etc.).**** * If the Sea Were Over the Sky o writing p [...]

    This is such a wonderful book to read out loud to your kids! My boys sat down and listened while we were sitting by the campfires. My hubby was building the fire and he laughed out loud ~~ it's a fun book to read. It's whimiscal and silly and it definitely keeps kids entertained (and adults too!)

    Even though I'm not much a poetry person, and the poetry wasn't personification, it was very humorous at times.

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