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Poems to help you change the world
Highlighted as a recommended read for National Poetry Day (3rd October), three of our best poets for children come together in this excellent new anthology with a challenge for their young audience: go out and help change the world. Alongside poems on the many threats to the environment and the natural world are poems that pose ‘tricky questions’ about how we choose to live. There are poems to make children laugh, to inspire them and inform them; above all here are poems that will provoke a reaction. It might be something practical, like deciding to change the contents of your lunchbox, or it might mean making a change to the way you understand the world. It ends with Liz Brownlee’s quiet but powerful poem ‘Snow’, a beautiful example of how the smallest things can effect change.
From National Poetry Day Ambassadors Liz Brownlee, Matt Goodfellow and Roger Stevens comes an incredible anthology of poetry identifying ways we can Be the Change. These positive and upbeat poems will explore sustainability and the positive efforts being made to protect the planet and are perfect for starting conversations about looking after each other and our environment.
|Publication date:||5th September 2019|
|Author:||Liz Brownlee, Roger Stevens, Matt Goodfellow|
|Publisher:||Macmillan Children's Books an imprint of Pan Macmillan|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers, 9+ readers|
|Genres:||Anthologies, Ecological and Environmental, Poetry, Personal Social Health Economic|
|Collections:||Home Schooling - Useful Links, Resources & Books,|
Liz Brownlee has poems on all subjects in over seventy anthologies, including Reaching the Stars - Poems about Extraordinary Women and Girls, written with Jan Dean and Michaela Morgan. Matt Goodfellow is a poet and primary school teacher from Manchester. He has had poems published in magazines and anthologies worldwide and released his acclaimed debut collection, Carry Me Away. Roger Stevens has been writing for children for twenty-five years. In that time he has had thirty books published. He is a founding member of the Able Writers scheme and runs the award-winning poetry website Poetry Zone, for children and teachers. ...More About Liz Brownlee, Roger Stevens, Matt Goodfellow
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