Trail

Trail

Follows the silver trail of a snail through a series of landscape pop-up mazes which contain different parts of the forest, with a wheel the young reader can turn to read a poem about the snail's journey.

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Publisher:

ISBN: 1416948945

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 12

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Follows the silver trail of a snail through a series of landscape pop-up mazes which contain different parts of the forest, with a wheel the young reader can turn to read a poem about the snail's journey.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Trail

Trail

This sparkling creation by multi-award-winning designer David Pelham will amaze and delight all who take the journey through this remarkable book.

Author: David Pelham

Publisher: Little Simon

ISBN: 1416948945

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 12

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Follow the silvery trail through an enchanting maze of stunning pop-up landscapes that range from tranquil to mysterious to magical. This sparkling creation by multi-award-winning designer David Pelham will amaze and delight all who take the journey through this remarkable book.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Paper Trail

Paper Trail

Here is a selection of his finest essays, including some never before published in book form, on a splendid range of subjects--from American poets like Emily Dickinson and Marianne Moore to French artists such as Rodin and Michel Delacroix.

Author: Richard Howard

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN: 9781429931649

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 448

View: 113

Richard Howard has been writing stylish, deeply informed commentary on modern culture and literature for more than four decades. Here is a selection of his finest essays, including some never before published in book form, on a splendid range of subjects--from American poets like Emily Dickinson and Marianne Moore to French artists such as Rodin and Michel Delacroix. Also included are considerations of modern sculpture and of the photography of the human body. Howard's intense familiarity with modern poetry is seen to excellent effect in essays on the "poetry of forgetting," on the causes and effects of experimental poetry, and on the first books of poets whose work he helped introduce--among them, J. D. McClatchy, Frank Bidart, and Cynthia MacDonald. Of course, Howard brings to his consideration of French literature a rare wisdom drawn from his celebrated work as a translator of Stendhal and Gide, Barthes and Cocteau, Yourcenar and Gracq. Hilton Kramer once wrote that Richard Howard "performs the essential critical service. He shows us the extent of the terrain. He points out its essential features. And he gives us a very vivid sense of its ethos as well as of its esthetics." Howard, now in his seventy-fifth year, continues his adroit, inventive commentary, which enriches us all.
Categories: Literary Collections

The Paper Trail

The Paper Trail

letter about poetry, proof again of the depth of self-expression that paper had
handed such men. (Such letters were a remarkable feature of Tang life for
officials and literati, following the development of the dynasty's postal service.
Moreover ...

Author: Alexander Monro

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9780307962300

Category: History

Page: 384

View: 158

A sweeping, richly detailed history that tells the fascinating story of how paper—the simple Chinese invention of two thousand years ago—wrapped itself around our world, humankind’s most momentous ideas imprinted on its surface. The emergence of paper in the imperial court of Han China brought about a revolution in the transmission of knowledge and ideas, allowing religions, philosophies and propaganda to spread with ever greater ease. The first writing surface sufficiently cheap, portable and printable for books, pamphlets and journals to be mass-produced and distributed widely, paper opened the way for an unprecedented, ongoing dialogue between individuals and between communities across continents, oceans and time. The Paper Trail explores how the new substance was used to solidify social and political systems that influenced China even into our own time. We see how paper made possible the spread of the then new religions of Buddhism and Manichaeism into Japan, Korea and Vietnam . . . how it enabled theologians, scientists and artists to build the vast and signally intellectual empire of the Abbasid Caliphate and embed the Koran in popular culture . . . how paper was carried along the Silk Road by merchants and missionaries, finally reaching Europe in the late thirteenth century . . . and how, once established in Europe, along with the printing press, paper played an essential role in the three great foundations of Western modernity: the Renaissance, the Reformation and the Scientific Revolution. Here is a dramatic, comprehensively researched, vividly written story populated by holy men and scholars, warriors and poets, rulers and ordinary men and women—an essential story brilliantly told in this luminous work of history. From the Hardcover edition.
Categories: History

Pop up Books A Guide for Teachers and Librarians

Pop up Books  A Guide for Teachers and Librarians

THEME: Poetry Trails TITLE: Trail: Paper Poetry PAPER ENGINEER: David
Pelham PUBLISHER, COPYRIGHT DATE: Little Simon, c2007 ANNOTATION:
This book is a unique blending of wheels of movable poetry and stark-white, very
 ...

Author: Nancy Larson Bluemel

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781610691543

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 324

View: 860

A convincing explanation of why interactive or movable books should be included in the library collection that documents their value as motivational instructional tools—in all areas of the school curriculum, across many grade levels.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Children s Literature in the Classroom

Children s Literature in the Classroom

Trail is considered to be paper poetry where all the pages are white with verse to
accompany them. This is a book that, once opened, is hard to put down because
each page is incredibly intricate and the reader craves observing each detail ...

Author: Diane M. Barone

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781606239391

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 242

View: 179

This guide provides a wealth of ideas for incorporating high-quality children's books of all kinds into K-6 classrooms. Numerous practical strategies are presented for engaging students with picturebooks, fiction, nonfiction, and nontraditional texts. --from publisher description
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Paper Trails of the Undying

Paper Trails of the Undying

Paper Trails of the Undying is a short collection of poems and photos that portray the city of Baltimore.

Author: Nia June

Publisher:

ISBN: 0578640538

Category:

Page:

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Paper Trails of the Undying is a short collection of poems and photos that portray the city of Baltimore. Through June's vivid language and Griffin's keen images, the Baltimore bred artists capture the essence of their colorful city through a vulnerable lens.
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Paper Poetry Prose Volume Vi

Paper  Poetry   Prose Volume Vi

By Jon Bloch Biking Awesome, Cool Fun, Crazy, Experimenting Jumps, Trails,
Street, Park Fun, Crazy, Fun, Crazy, Fun, Crazy Very, Very fun! Bike Parts Frame
Wheels, Spokes, Hubs Handlebars, Headset, Forks, Stem Bottom bracket,
Cranks, ...

Author: Students of Pierce Middle School

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781462052134

Category: Poetry

Page: 200

View: 480

Writing is a skill that no one can live without. Practicing and learning to write is very diffi cult, even more so when writing is just for a grade. Boredom sets in when students realize that their only audience is the teacher - again! The writing in this book was not graded. This book is the authentic writing of eighth grade students that were given only one direction, write about something you care about. Some authors write from the depths of their hearts, some share wicked humor, while others refl ect their loyalty to family or to friends. They wrote, rewrote, read with peers and helped one another. It is all their work, in their words, in their own unique perspective. Hopefully, these young writers will always remember that what they have to say is important and that they truly are published authors. Celebrate these writers - enjoy!
Categories: Poetry

The New Paper Trails

The New Paper Trails

... sideways glance at my father — 'are treated with veneration. They sit and talk,
or play music. Some look at the words of poetry painted on to sheets of thin
parchment.' My father, if he was paying any attention at all,. 24 The New Paper
Trails.

Author: Robin Garden

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107400559

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 144

View: 608

The New Paper Trails is a lively and provocative collection of 24 short-short stories suitable for upper primary and lower secondary students of English. These lesson-sized stories from Australian and international authors cover a range of themes, styles and genres, and introduce students to writing techniques and the skills of critical literacy. This new edition of the original anthology includes a completely new set of stories, activities and exercises, along a bold and engaging design and illustrations. It features work from well-known authors such as Garth Nix, Angela Carter and Carmel Bird, and alongside authors just starting their literary careers.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction

Children s Book Review Index

Children s Book Review Index

Author: Gary C. Tarbert

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015079661388

Category: Children's literature

Page:

View: 625

Categories: Children's literature

Amy Lowell Diva Poet

Amy Lowell  Diva Poet

Lindsay only references a specific poem when he notes that Sandburg won
Poetry's annual cash prize for his poem “ Chicago . ” While the paper trail left
behind in letters by Monroe , Lowell , Pound , and Frost , among others , deflates
 ...

Author: Melissa Bradshaw

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 1409410021

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 177

View: 506

Bradshaw uses theories of the diva and female celebrity to account for Lowell's extraordinary literary influence in the early twentieth century and the dismissal of her work after her death. Drawing on a rich array of letters, memoirs, newspapers and periodicals, but eschewing the biographical interpretations of her poetry that have often characterized criticism on Lowell, Bradshaw restores Lowell to her rightful place as a powerful writer and impresario of modernist verse.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Smoke Trail

Smoke Trail

Well, that's our dose of poetry for the day and instead of discussing the writing
assignment – do try not to look so ... Handing out paper, she reminded them: '
Allow yourselves a few minutes to decide on a situation and scribble down ideas.

Author: June Oldham

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781444907407

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 176

View: 886

Cora lives with her mother and grandmother in a hamlet in the Yorkshire dales. The three are close, but Cora longs to meet her father, whom she has never seen. She likens him to an unknown man who is reported to have disappeared - 'vanished in a puff of smoke'. Chance events lead Cora to build a fantasy that, in the past, her father has come back to the neighbourhood in order to contact her. A burnt-out car on the moor; burglaries; stolen food - all convince her that her father is nearby and wants to meet her. But the moor is prohibited, and to search for him she has to ignore her loyalty to her mother and grandmother, the warnings given by her mother about her father, and the sensible caution of her friend, Emma ...
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Career Moves

Career Moves

In 1965 – 66 , downtown poetry readings began moving from cafés like Le Metro
and the Deux Magots to the vestibule of a ... history has yet to be written , from its
inception the St . Mark ' s Poetry Project left a paper trail in a range of genres .

Author: Libbie Rifkin

Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press

ISBN: 0299168441

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 172

View: 837

How much did making it new have to do with making it? For the four outsider poets considered here, the connection was everything. Both a social history of literary ambition in America in the 1950s and 1960s and a collective literary biography, this is an account of postwar poetry underground.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Rumi s Weekly Enlightenments 2019 2020 Weekly Planner July 2019 December 2020 Calendar with Weekly Rumi Quotes 6x9

Rumi s Weekly Enlightenments 2019 2020 Weekly Planner  July 2019 December 2020 Calendar with Weekly Rumi Quotes  6x9

You are not a drop in the ocean.

Author: Paper Trail Journals

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1799080668

Category: Poetry

Page: 134

View: 313

You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean, in a drop. Immerse yourself in the gorgeous words of Rumi with this handy July 2019-December 2020 calendar. Each week brings a new quotation to spark reflection and joy. The goal-setting section and habit tracker pages encourage your dreams, while the 30 bullet journaling pages let your imagination run wild. Each week visible on one page Social media nameplate Month-at-a-glance calendar 30 dot grid journal/bullet journaling pages 12 habit tracker pages (one for each month) Goal setting section with reminders on how to set effective goals Spaces for gratitudes and priorities 6"x9," softcover, 130 pages.
Categories: Poetry

Nature Trail

Nature Trail

Author: Benjamin Zephaniah

Publisher: Orchard Books

ISBN: 1408361256

Category:

Page: 32

View: 410

A joyful celebration of nature and the wonder of the world around us by legendary poet and performer Benjamin Zephaniah, one of The Times' top 50 British post-war writers. At the bottom of my garden, there's a hedgehog and a frog, And a lot of creepy-crawlies living underneath a log . . . All around us, from parks to gardens and flowerpots to pavements, there's a world of wonder just waiting to be discovered. Why not look a little closer and see what you find? This joyful celebration of nature reminds us all to take a closer look at the world around us, and enjoy the wonder of nature wherever we find it. Packed with animals and minibeasts galore, this imaginative rhyming text is perfect for reading aloud.
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The British Boys Paper

The British Boys  Paper

of the Poetry Editor , and the Office Boy , thus explains the sketches taken from
life . ... before our readers , knowing they will form a correct The active and
intelligent officer who has opinion upon the matter . been for some days on the
trail of the ...

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ISBN: OSU:32435079860060

Category: Penny dreadfuls

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Categories: Penny dreadfuls

The Poet s Tree of Poetry

The Poet s Tree of Poetry

Finding retuge in transit, on the wings ot paper planes Sails unturling, colors
beaming. Never home, and never homesick. I am there, and you are there. And
we coexist. A trail ot my teathers as I enter motion A trail ot dust as we push ott
Broken ...

Author: John Golden

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781469142326

Category: Poetry

Page: 125

View: 830

Insightful, amusing, endearing, playful and creative, these are just a few words that describe The Poets Tree of Poetry. Written by John Golden, this exciting compilation shares an eclectic set of poems, quotations, pictures and inspiring words of wisdom. Profound and thought-provoking, the pieces in this read will motivate those who are seeking for lifes most valuable truths. Many of the poems share symbolisms that will stir the human mind and allow the spirit to flourish. Rhythmic, the texts will blend into ones subconscious. Some points are blatant, straight-forward and filled with a feisty and dry sense of humor, which all the more enhances the authors provocative points. Versatile, this selection is exceptionally rich with ideas. From the virtues of holding ones head up high and living a dignifying existence, to being genuine to ones own feelings and beliefs, this piece opens ones eyes to the many realities of the world inciting how the most important priority for one is the soundness of his soul and the clarity of his conscience. This compelling and artistically eccentric piece offers a myriad of life lessons that can be passed on from one readers generation onto the next.
Categories: Poetry

The Bolling Gay Gaston Brawley Paper Trail

The Bolling  Gay  Gaston  Brawley Paper Trail

Educated beyond most women , she taught young ladies in their elegant homes ,
painted and wrote poetry . She loved teaching the Bible to young people in her
family , in other homes and to the negroes of Mill Farm . Captain William Gay died
 ...

Author: Dorothy Perry Brawley

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89060713492

Category:

Page: 644

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