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by J. Patrick Lewis

Author: J. Patrick Lewis
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Scholastic, Inc (2000)
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.2
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This book, Doodle Dandies is a great help! The illustrations and beautiful and vivid, adding much to the . I really liked this book, but some of the poems made me second guess my liking

This book, Doodle Dandies is a great help! The illustrations and beautiful and vivid, adding much to the words on each page. I really liked this book, but some of the poems made me second guess my liking. The first thing I really liked was how the author patterned their writing, as each poem followed one theme, and how the writing was put down on the pages followed that.

A collection of poems each of which appears on the page in the shape of its subject so that the poem looks like . Ingeniously uniting words and pictures, children's author Lewis takes verse to a new level with his innovative "shape" poetry, where the form of each poem relates to its content.

A collection of poems each of which appears on the page in the shape of its subject so that the poem looks like whatever it's about. Beautifully complemented by Lisa Desimini's boldly original art. In this imaginative collection of poems, the words of each poem unite to form an image of the poem's subject.

This book, Doodle Dandies is a great help! The illustrations and beautiful and vivid, adding much to the words on each page. This book is a great assest to any classroom library as well as one which can be read over and over again by parents (at home) and children.

Lewis's book of poems is a pleasure and also a challenge, for readers must decipher the oddly skewed type; the volume is also a celebration of the natural world

Lewis's book of poems is a pleasure and also a challenge, for readers must decipher the oddly skewed type; the volume is also a celebration of the natural world. Halley's Comet tears through the sky-""a cosmic snowball made of dusty ice and gas. Once or twice a century I pass the Earth and Sun""-trailing mists of typeface. Lewis's book of poems is a pleasure and also a challenge, for readers must decipher the oddly skewed type; the volume is also a celebration of the natural world.

I just loved it with it's colorful illustrations and shape poetry. Each poem is a shape poem. For example, the poem Dachshund is in the shape of a Dachshund. The poem Giraffe, is in the shape of a giraffe. I plan to use this book in lat May as a poetry writing art project.

Items related to Doodle dandies: Poems that take shape. Doodle Dandies captures the joy that wordplay can bring. It deserves a place on every library shelf

Items related to Doodle dandies: Poems that take shape. J. Patrick Lewis Doodle dandies: Poems that take shape. ISBN 13: 9780439087230. Doodle dandies: Poems that take shape. ISBN 10: 0439087236 ISBN 13: 9780439087230. It deserves a place on every library shelf.

Lewis, J. Patrick (1998). Lewis, J. Patrick (2015). Bigfoot Is Missing: Poems from the Cryptozoo (w/Kenn Nesbitt), San Francisco: Chronicle Books. Just Joking: Animal Riddles Washington, DC.

Doodle Dandies: Poems That Take Shape. Earth Verses and Water Rhymes. Skywriting: Poems in Flight. Spot the Plot! A Riddle Book of Book Riddles. Patrick Lewis and his twin brother were born in Gary, Indiana. Good Mornin’, Ms America: The USA in Verse. Good Mousekeeping: And Other Animal Home Poems. Heroes and She-Roes: Poems of Amazing and Everyday Heroes. Swan Song: Poems of Extinction. The Boat of Many Rooms: The Story of Noah in Verse. For over twenty years, Lewis taught Economics at Otterbein College in Westerville, Ohio, retiring in 1998. Lewis then turned to writing children’s poetry and took three years to study the craft of poetry on his own.

A collection of poems each of which appears on the page in the shape of its subject so that the poem looks like whatever it's about.