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The best selection of multicultural and social justice books for children, YA, and educators. Goals: 1 To introduce students to a famous African American poet, Eloise Greenfield, and her poetry language and rhythm 2 To engage students in writing their own poetry about what they love in their lives. Skills: Listening, Comprehending, Making connections with literature to their own lives, Using the writing process, Reciting poetry. To one young narrator, it's the simple things that mean the most, like sharing laughter with a friend, taking family rides in the country, and kissing her mama's arm.
When this poem was first published in in Honey, I Love and Other Love Poems , Eloise Greenfield reminded us that love can be found just about anywhere. Now, twenty-five years later, she and celebrated children's book artist Jan Spivey Gilchrist present a stunning, newly illustrated anniversary edition that invites readers to celebrate the simple joys of loving and living.
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Honey, I Love