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[Poetry Friday the 13th] H is for…

Happy Birthday, Lee Bennett Hopkins!

Happy Birthday,

Lee Bennett Hopkins!

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We are delighted to share a few poems by Lee Bennett Hopkins for our Poetry Friday post this week. I managed to find copies of his poetry anthologies for children from our library system. I decided to feature three of them, one of which was published this year! (I was so thrilled to take School People home with me the other day.)

I used an online editing app called Fotor and downloaded images from the Internet to edit my post. I included images of the book where the poems were taken from. Feel free to click the images to enlarge the text. This fun-filled celebration of Poetry Friday the 13th is hosted by Robyn at Life on the Deckle Edge! Hooray!

cityilove

setsun

librarian

The theme for this year’s Summer Reading Club is “Library Rocks!”

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10 comments on “[Poetry Friday the 13th] H is for…

  1. Thanks, Fats, for joining the LBH party! Sending love from my side of the world to you amazing Gathering Books Ladies. –and so glad you were able to find School People! :0)

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  2. Alice Nine

    I love your display of LBH’s poems and books. School People is wonderful.

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  3. Fats, these are great choices. I love that “take the breath of day away” and the photo of the sky.

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  4. Love these, Fats! Wonderful choices!!

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  5. Thanks for sharing these treasures!

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  6. THANK YOU so much for this lovely post. I am honored.

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  7. lindabaie

    “Take The Breath of day away” with that sunset picture is so beautiful. These examples from Lee show just how much he’s given to poetry. Beautiful, Fats!

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  8. Kay Mcgriff

    All three poems are lovey! Thanks for sharing them. I love the librarian one from School People.

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  9. Visually fascinating and so creative. Thanks for sharing those, and what a lovely gift for Lee!

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  10. I love the “Librarian” poem, thanks for sharing this beautiful and rich collection of Lee’s books and poems!

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