How to Write a Poem
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[United States] : Harpercollins, 2023.
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In this evocative and playful companion to their New York Times bestselling picture book How to Read a Book, Newbery Medalist Kwame Alexander teams up with poet Deanna Nikaido and Caldecott Honoree Melissa Sweet to celebrate the magic of discovering your very own poetry in the world around you. Begin with a question like an acorn waiting for spring. From this first stanza, readers are invited to pay attention-and to see that paying attention itself is poetry. Kwame Alexander and Deanna Nikaido's playful text and Melissa Sweet's dynamic, inventive artwork are paired together to encourage readers to listen, feel, and discover the words that dance in the world around them-poems just waiting to be written down.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Alexander, K., & Nikaido, D. (2023). How to Write a Poem . Harpercollins.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Alexander, Kwame and Deanna Nikaido. 2023. How to Write a Poem. Harpercollins.

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Alexander, Kwame and Deanna Nikaido. How to Write a Poem Harpercollins, 2023.

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Alexander, Kwame, and Deanna Nikaido. How to Write a Poem Harpercollins, 2023.

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