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Book Title: Doodle Soup|
The author of the book: John Ciardi
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 777 KB
Edition: HMH Books for Young Readers
Date of issue: January 20th 1992
ISBN 13: 9780395616178
Read full description of the books Doodle Soup:Doodle Soup is a very good book. It is a book of a bunch of short poems. The poems are very funny. A few of my favorite poems from this book are "About Trapping in the North Woods", "Why Pigs Cannot Write Poems", and "Ding- a - Ling". All of the poems in this book are very catchy. As a reader you can tell that John Ciardi put a lot of time in when it came to writing these poems. Whether you are a young or old reader you will enjoy reading this collection of peoms.
One criteria of peom that Doodle Soup meets is the criteria of sound. In every single poem in this book the lines rhyme. The rhymes are exact rhymes they are not just close sounds too. One example from this text is how the words head and dead rhyme in the poem " Abour Trapping in the North Woods". The images presented in this text are exacly as stated in the poems. They are a clear picture of the text from the poem. For example, in "Why Pigs Cannot Write Poems" the picture is a pig sitting in a library surrounded by books trying to figure out what to put in his poem. This illustration is pretty much what you would picture in your mind after reading this poem. The poems in Doodle Soup are extremely funny. The titles are even funny. After reading these poems you will be in very good spritits. There is definatly positive stretch in this book. Every poem definalty relates to a childs good side as well as use creative words in each and every ones of the poems. A creative word that was used in the peom "Ding- a- Ling" is the word craw. Craw is not a word that you see and or use everyday. Doodle Soup would be appropiate in many situations. This book could be used in the classroom as a read aloud book. When you students seem upset or in a negative mood you could read this book to them to help cheer them up and get them laughing.
Through out the whole time I read Doodle Soup I couldn't stop laughing. It was a great book in my opinion. I would definatly read this book again. I really liked how the rhymes in each peom were perfect rhymes. I also like how the pictures for each poem were closely related to the text. I could relate the poem "Aboug Trapping in the North Woods" because I enjoy the outdoors and the things stated in this poem would be something that I would do.
Read information about the authorJohn Anthony Ciardi (June 24, 1916 – March 30, 1986) was an American poet, translator, editor, writer and etymologist.
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