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December 27, 2005

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Recently heard Jack Prelutsky speak and I am even more convinced that poetry is important for kids. He hated poetry as a child...he started writing poetry as an adult. Rhyming, especially, is important for learning the English language--kids that can't rhyme have a harder time learning to read. And who doesn't love Mother Goose? (Nursery rhymes are poetry too!)

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