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Big Talk: Poems for Four Voices

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Publisher Comments:

Two's company...four's a blast!

Especially when you're joining voices with family or friends. Around the kitchen table or on the front steps, these rousing, rib-tickling, delicious poems will fill you full of the joy of reading aloud.

Paul Fleischman won the Newbury Medal for Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices. Now he invites us to make more word music. Link arms and lungs — and make big talk.

Synopsis:

Have some toe-tapping, tongue-flapping fun with this brilliant new book by Newbery Award-winner Paul Fleischman and gifted illustrator Beppe Giacobbe. You'll have to see, shout, share, perform, and experience it to believe it!

Two's company . . . four's a blast! Especially when you're joining voices with family or friends. Around the kitchen table, on the front steps, or in the classroom, these rousing, rib-tickling, delicious poems will fill you full of the joy of reading aloud. Paul Fleischman won the Newbery Medal for JOYFUL NOISE: POEMS FOR TWO VOICES. Now he invites us to make more word music.

Settle back and chant "The Quiet Evenings Here," as Grandma rocks, the clock tick-tocks, Sister hums, raindrops rap, and no one cares a hoot for the noisy, fast-paced world outside. Delight in the gossipy "Seventh-Grade Soap Opera," alive with whispers, invitations, and hearsay about who's fibbing, eavesdropping, or holding hands with whom. Let the poignant "Ghosts' Race" reveal the secret hungry ghosts know—and their spirited take on mortal mealtime. Arranged in color-coded groups of four lines, one line per speaker, each poem weaves a rich tapestry of rhythm, sense, and sound.

Written by Paul Fleischman, the renowned author of WESLANDIA, and evocatively illustrated by Beppe Giacobbe, this hip, innovative, and extraordinary book will have readers of all ages sounding off.

Synopsis:

Written by the renowned author of "Westlandia," this hip, innovative, and extraordinary book is sure to have readers of all ages sounding off. Full color.

About the Author

Paul Fleischman grew up in a home filled with books and music. "after years along on the piano bench," he says, "I learned to play the recorder and fell in love iwth the camaraderie of chamber music. Recently, I just joined my first string quartet. What joy! I've tried to bring this bliss into these spoken quartets." The author of many awardwinning books, Paul Fleischman lives in Pacific Grove, California.

Beppe Giacobbe was born in Milan, Italy, in 1953, and is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York. In addition to teaching at the European Institute of Design, he also illustrates book jackets and, in his spare time, creates sculptures out of knicknacks and objects he finds while out walking. He says he is "a calm and meticulous man, who vents his emotions while drawing." Beppe Giacobbe lives in Milan.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780763606367
Illustrator:
Giacobbe, Beppe
Publisher:
Candlewick Press (MA)
Illustrator:
Giacobbe, Beppe
Author:
Giacobbe, Beppe
Author:
Fleischman, Paul
Location:
London
Subject:
American poetry
Subject:
Poetry - General
Subject:
Children's 9-12 - Poetry / Plays
Subject:
Children's poetry
Subject:
Children's poetry, American
Subject:
Oral interpretation of poetry.
Subject:
Poetry : General
Subject:
General
Copyright:
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Edition Description:
Picture book
Series Volume:
106-284
Publication Date:
20000331
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
from 5
Language:
English
Illustrations:
4-COLOR
Pages:
48
Dimensions:
7.36x10.86x.41 in. .85 lbs.
Age Level:
08-12

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Product details 48 pages Candlewick Press (MA) - English 9780763606367 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Have some toe-tapping, tongue-flapping fun with this brilliant new book by Newbery Award-winner Paul Fleischman and gifted illustrator Beppe Giacobbe. You'll have to see, shout, share, perform, and experience it to believe it!

Two's company . . . four's a blast! Especially when you're joining voices with family or friends. Around the kitchen table, on the front steps, or in the classroom, these rousing, rib-tickling, delicious poems will fill you full of the joy of reading aloud. Paul Fleischman won the Newbery Medal for JOYFUL NOISE: POEMS FOR TWO VOICES. Now he invites us to make more word music.

Settle back and chant "The Quiet Evenings Here," as Grandma rocks, the clock tick-tocks, Sister hums, raindrops rap, and no one cares a hoot for the noisy, fast-paced world outside. Delight in the gossipy "Seventh-Grade Soap Opera," alive with whispers, invitations, and hearsay about who's fibbing, eavesdropping, or holding hands with whom. Let the poignant "Ghosts' Race" reveal the secret hungry ghosts know—and their spirited take on mortal mealtime. Arranged in color-coded groups of four lines, one line per speaker, each poem weaves a rich tapestry of rhythm, sense, and sound.

Written by Paul Fleischman, the renowned author of WESLANDIA, and evocatively illustrated by Beppe Giacobbe, this hip, innovative, and extraordinary book will have readers of all ages sounding off.

"Synopsis" by , Written by the renowned author of "Westlandia," this hip, innovative, and extraordinary book is sure to have readers of all ages sounding off. Full color.
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