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Poems go clang!

a collection of noisy verse

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  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Candlewick Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sound -- Juvenile poetry.,
  • Noise -- Juvenile poetry.,
  • Sounds -- Juvenile poetry.,
  • Children"s poetry, American.,
  • Children"s poetry, English.,
  • Sound -- Poetry.,
  • Poetry -- Collections.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementillustrated by Debi Gliori.
    ContributionsGliori, Debi, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS593.S67 P64 1997
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. :
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL992295M
    ISBN 100763601489
    LC Control Number96030750
    OCLC/WorldCa35192193

    Slurp some spaghetti, crash and bang, hear the trees go ping and the mice go clang! This is a perfect first collection of noisy poems for sharing aloud, delightfully illustrated by award-winning artist Nick Sharratt. "Over 35 original poems have been written especially for beginning readers. The simplicity of the poems and the repetitiveness of the sounds are designed to help young students develop important reading skills: phonemic awareness, decoding skills, and fluency" (publisher).

    "On the Ning Nang Nong" is a poem by the comedian Spike poem was featured in the book named Silly Verse For Kids which was published in In it was voted the UK's favourite comic poem in a nationwide poll, ahead of other nonsense poems by poets such as Lewis Carroll and Edward Lear.. This nonsense verse, set to music, became popular in Australia where it was performed.   Funny poem for kids - posted in Miscellaneous: I'm stuck! Can anyone help out with a funny poem my 8 year old son can recite at school? I should be doing the googling with him, but I've been.

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Readers' toes will tap to "Kitchen Sink-Song" in which the "tap goes drip-drip / plip-plip-plink. Tap goes Poems go clang! book at the / kitchen sink. / Fridge goes gurgle.4/5. Poems Go Clang. A Collection of Noisy Verse Hardcover – August 4, by Various Authors (Author), Debi Gliori (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 2 ratings.

See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from /5(2). Get this from a library. Poems go clang!: a collection of noisy verse. [Debi Gliori;] -- A collection of short poems, such as "Quack, Said the Billy Goat," "Kitchen Sink-Song," "New Shoes," and "City music," which feature all sorts of sounds.

I was looking for a book of poems that are fun to read and listen to. This isn't that book. The poetry isn't bad, but it's too complicated for children younger than about 6 and too boring for children older than about 7. There are wonderful poems that are fun to read and 3/5.

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So itsAuthor: Spike Milligan. The brightly colored, cartoon illustrations are full of energy and go well with the poems, although at times the pages seem overly busy. Debi Gliori's Poems Go Clang (Candlewick, ) has more classic poems about sounds but is not as : Bobbi Katz.

Time - Among many tongues may clang. “This poem is one of fourteen poems called ‘Time’ in my forthcoming book, The Falling Down Dance already died to say the moon is on the couch so we climb onto the roof where our bellies swell open to slosh and go flowers red and orange flowers hairy and pink-stemmed like champagne flutes we.

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/ And the tea pots jibber jabber joo. / On the. On the Ning Nang Nong is a poem by the poet Spike Milligan. The poem was featured in the book named Silly Verse For Kids which was published in In it was voted the UK’s favourite comic poem in a nationwide poll, ahead of other nonsense poems by poets such as Lewis Carroll and Edward Lear.

On the Nong Ning Nang. All the mice go Clang. And you just can't catch 'em when they do. So its Ning Nang Nong. The mice go Clang. What a noisy place to belong. is the Ning Nang Ning Nang Nong!. Poems by Spike Milligan: 29 / «prev. poem.

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Sneezles comes from English poet AA Milne's book of children's poems Now We Are Six published in Again this is a poem which plays with sound. There's the repetition of wheezle and sneezle as well as their similar. Book of poems Poetry. Read this now please. Book of poems 7 2.

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