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GENRES: Novels in Verse


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Love that dog Juvenile Book Love that dog
A young student, who comes to love poetry through a personal understanding of what different famous poems mean to him, surprises himself by writing his own inspired poem.

Creech, Sharon.
J CREECH
Naked bunyip dancing Juvenile Book Naked bunyip dancing
This novel in verse follows the school year of Australian students in classroom 6C, as their unconventional teacher encourages them to discover their own strengths and talents and then perform in a memorable concert.

Herrick, Steven.
J HERRICK
Out of the dust Juvenile Book Out of the dust
In a series of poems, fifteen-year-old Billie Jo relates the hardships of living on her family's wheat farm in Oklahoma during the dust bowl years of the Depression.

Hesse, Karen.
J HESSE
Summerhouse time Juvenile Book Summerhouse time
The approach of summerhouse time at the beach brings back good memories of this annual tradition, of aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents cleaning, laughing, eating, playing, and relaxing.

Spinelli, Eileen.
J SPINELL
The way a door closes Juvenile Book The way a door closes
In this beautifully written and powerfully moving novel in poems, Hope Anita Smith tells the story of a young man's struggle to accept a father who has walked out on his family. Here, in CJ's words, is a portrait of hurt and healing, and finding the strength to open the door again.

Smith, Hope Anita.
J 811.6 SMITH
What is goodbye? Juvenile Book What is goodbye?
Alternating poems by a brother and sister convey their feelings about the death of their older brother and the impact it had on their family.

Grimes, Nikki.
J 811.54 GRIMES
Where I live Juvenile Book Where I live
The young narrator lives where the sun winks off the waves, breezes cool the evening, treasures are waiting to be discovered. 'Where I Live' is the seaside. In her first picture book, Frances Wolfe has captured the sights and sounds of life on the seashore in 16 outstanding illustrations. Astute readers will note the first letter of each two-line verse spells out the word "seaside." A sweet way to visit the sea with the youngest of readers.

Wolfe, Frances.
J 811.6 WOLFE
Where the steps were Juvenile Book Where the steps were
Verse from the perspectives of five students in Miss D.'s third grade class details the children's last year together before their inner city school is to be torn down.

Cheng, Andrea.
J CHENG
Zorgamazoo Juvenile Book Zorgamazoo
Imaginative and adventurous Katrina eludes her maniacal guardian to help Morty, a member of a vanishing breed of zorgles, with his quest to uncover the fate of the fabled zorgles of Zorgmazoo as well as of other creatures that seem to have disappeared from the earth.

Weston, Robert Paul.
J WESTON
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