3 edition of The Infant Minstrel; Or, Poetry for Young Minds found in the catalog.
by Edward Parker
Written in English
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Seuss's books are known The Infant Minstrel; Or their silly words and wonderful rhymes, and this abridged version of Fox in Socks is a wonderful introduction to the classic author. With bright illustrations, simple text, and tongue twisters, the sturdy board book (perfect for little hands!) will have babies and toddlers laughing with — and at — their parents as they try to wrap their tongues around the words.
Enchanting poetry. Almost feel like the minstrel myself. In a deeper sense, i feel that these poems have great cultural and historic significance because of the allusions to people, places and culture.
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Moore had been a student at Trinity College Dublin where he rubbed shoulders with many idealistic young Irish nationalists. He became friends with Robert Emmett, who led a rebellion against British rule in Speaker: To me there are 2 possible speakers in this poem Langston Hughes or another man.
Occasion: Hughes wrote this poem to addresses a basic truth of social perception and individual wanted to let it be known that what you see on the outside does not always show what is happening on the inside.
Audience: I dont think that this poem would be aimed toward toddlers so I say that. The Infant minstrel; or, Poetry for young minds (Philadelphia, Edward Parker, ) (page images at HathiTrust) The fairy green / (London: Methuen, ), by Rose Fyleman (page images at .OCLC Number: Notes: By Jane and Ann Taylor.
Vol. 1: p.; v. 2: p. Description: 2 volumes in 1 ; 15 cm: Responsibility: by several young persons.Word repetition, rhyme, and consistent pacing lend both books an element of poetry. The illustrations convey detail and suggest a sense of balance and order in the natural world. This is nonfiction-for- the-very-young at its best.