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Poetry suggestions for tweens

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A MAZE ME: POEMS FOR GIRLS by Naomi Shihab Nye, HarperCollins/Greenwillow, March 2005, 128 pages, ISBN: 0-06-058189-1, Lib.ISBN: 0-06-058190-5 

AMAZING FACES, poems selected by Lee Bennett Hopkins and Chris Soentpiet, ill., Lee & Low Books, June 2010, 40p., ISBN: 978-1-60060-334-1

BLUE LIPSTICK: CONCRETE POEMS by John Grandits, Clarion, May 2007, ISBN: 0-618-56860-3 (hardcover) 0-618-85132-1 (paperback) 

DINOTHESAURUS: PREHISTORIC POEMS AND PAINTINGS by Douglas Florian, Atheneum, March 2009, 48p., ISBN: 978--1-4169-7978-4

IN THE WILD by David Elliott and Holly Meade, ill. Candlewick, August 2010, 32p., ISBN: 978-0-7636-4497-0

POETREES by Douglas Florian, Beach Lane/Simon & Schuster, March 2010, 48p., ISBN: 978-1-4169-8672-0 

SEEING THE BLUE BETWEEN: ADVICE AND INSPIRATION FOR YOUNG POETS compiled by Paul B. Janeczko, Candlewick, April 2002

UBIQUITOUS: CELEBRATING NATURE'S SURVIVORS by Joyce Sidman and Beckie Prange, ill. Houghton Mifflin, April 2010, 40p., ISBN: 978-0-618-71719-4

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