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Voices in the Park | Anthony Browne
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This is one of my favourite children‘s books. It describes a park outing from the perspective of four distinct characters: an uptight Mum, down-on-his-luck Dad a time, fearful boy, and a joyful little girl. Not only do the voices change, but the artwork also is modified to fit the perspective/voice of each character. I use this to teach perspective teaching skills to children with ASD.

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TheSpineView
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#poetrymatters @lazydays
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The name of this poem is The Three Voices. You can read the entire poem at poets.org.

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GripLitGrl
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Bookishthoughts Lovley 12mo
MayJasper Amazingly powerful and beautiful writing. Thank you for sharing and I love your pic. 12mo
GripLitGrl @LazyDays ☺💛 12mo
GripLitGrl @MayJasper ☺💛 12mo
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COLLECTED POEMS OF W.B. YEATS | William Butler Yeats
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Becker ❤️Yeats❤️ 12mo
Bookishthoughts 👏👏 12mo
TheBookHippie My fav!!! 12mo
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EadieB
Voices | Robert Yehling
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Poems of Katherine Mansfield | Katherine Mansfield
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‘Voices of the Air‘ by Katherine Mansfield.
#poetrymatters #voices

Bookishthoughts Beautiful 💜 12mo
TrishB Great graphic 👍🏻 12mo
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Alfrazier21
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While I enjoyed #Voices , I didn‘t love it as much as #Bull 🤷‍♀️ I feel like if I would have known more about Joan of Arc‘s story going into the book, I would have liked this one more. I did think the format of the book was lovely. The story was told in different formats of verse by Joan as well as other people and objects she encountered in her life. At times the verse on the page was even in the shape of the object telling the story.

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Alfrazier21
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After finishing #Bull I was in the mood for more #DavidElliott 🤓 I picked up an #ARC of #Voices at YallFest this year. It tells the story of the last hours of Joan of Arc‘s life. The story is told in #verse by Joan as well as other people and objects in her life. I‘m almost halfway through and truly enjoying this read!

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Missusb
The Other F-Word | Natasha Friend
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My last #bestoflists2017 is #voices. Lots of different ones, but all strong and clear. https://trishtalkstexts.wordpress.com/2017/12/24/lists-best-of-2017-voices/ Off to make pasta for lasagna #xmaslunch I hope everyone's next couple of days are full of joy and family. #seasonsgreeting #bestbooks2017 #trishtalkstexts

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Phantom Limbs | Paula Garner
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Here is my penultimate #bestoflists2017 focusing on #diversity #bestbooks2017 https://trishtalkstexts.wordpress.com/2017/12/22/lists-best-of-2017-diversity/ My last list will be #voices posted on Sunday hopefully.