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Poetry by the Sea on Sunday

Oops. When I was rounding up the Poetry Friday entries, I forgot to put in one of my own. However, I spotted what sound like grand summer poems elsewhere, at Wild Rose Reader. Elaine M. writes about several books about oceans and sea life: Hotel Deep: Light Verse from Dark Water, a collection of "twenty-one poems about creatures that dwell in the ocean--from moon snails, barnacles, and crayfish to marlins, manatees, and spiny lobsters."

Another Wild Rose Reader post looks at nonfiction titles about tidepools.

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Susan,

Thanks for links to my posts of sea-themed children's books. I've actually had HOTEL DEEP for some time--and just got around to giving it more than a cursory glance. The art really draws you into the poems about animals that inhabit the deep. It's a neat book. I really like THE SEASIDE SWITCH, too, which I just picked up last week. Kudlinski's lyrical text and use of language make this a good book to read aloud.

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