I Am Someone Else



I Am Someone Else Celebrated poet Lee Bennett Hopkins shares a diverse collection of poems that ask with the help of Newbery medalist Lois Lowry, former US Children s Poet Laureate J Patrick Lewis, and others , Who do you want to be Kids can imagine pretending and dressing up in this playful poetry collection, flexing their creative muscles and bucking stereotypes Who says that girls can t be knights and boys can t be mermaids Fifteen poets write about who they might like to be, musing what life would be like as a wizard, a firefighter, a video game inventor, andThere is nothing better than being yourself You are unique and special in every way Once in a while it might be fun to think about becoming someone or something else Who would you like to be Imagine that you re someone elseLee Bennett Hopkins Best Read [ I Am Someone Else ] Author [ Lee Bennett Hopkins ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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↠ I Am Someone Else  õ Ebook By ↠ Lee Bennett Hopkins writing – heartforum.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • I Am Someone Else
  • Lee Bennett Hopkins
  • 23 November 2018
  • 1580898327

10 thoughts on “I Am Someone Else

  1. Paul Hankins says:

    First Lee Bennett Hopkins Now, if you have followed me for some time, we can stop right there Mr Hankins is adding the latest children s poetry anthology from the most prolific curator of children s poetry in this contemporary era in appreciation for verse written and designed for young readers And you would be right I have been waiting for I AM SOMEONE ELSE POEMS ABOUT PRETENDING for a long time And now it is here And it will speak to the quiet role playing that so many of did when we First Lee Bennett Hopkins Now, if you have followed me for some time, we can stop right the...

  2. Linda says:

    I m been looking forward to this newest poetry anthology from Lee Bennett Hopkins for a long time because some friends have poems in it, thus they ve shared about it in the early stages First of all, each poem brings a new flavor to the feast that pretending is for children, perhaps for adults, too Haven t you older readers ever imagined something when reading a book or seeing a movie, a what if thought of being that hero or heroine, that winner of the competition, that scientist who found I m been looking forward to this newest poetry anthology from Lee Bennett Hopkins for a long time because some friends have poems in it, thus they ve shared about it in the early stages First of all, each poem brings a new flavor to the feast that pretending is for children, perhaps for adults, too Haven t you older readers ever imagined something when reading a book or seeing a movie, a what if thought of being that hero or heroine, that winner of the competition, that scientist who found a cure Children, of course, do that, too, and here in this book, six children are first introduced by illustrator Chris Hsu on the title page, ready to begin the day, to pretend all kinds of roles Hopkins divides the book into three sections Wish Support and Invent In Wish children gather as a co...

  3. Andréa says:

    Note I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss.

  4. Kelly says:

    It was a nice poetry book of pretending.

  5. Emma Reyes says:

    2019This book was alright My favorite part was how creative the book was It showed children to think big and be imaginative In my future classroom, I could the book to discuss different possible careers and such.

  6. Great Books says:

    This book may appear to be lengthy at first for a preschooler but as you really take the time to read through it, you realize that it s a great introduction for children who want to imagine who they might be It is written through fifteen poems about various occupations such as firefighters, nurses, doctors and video game inventors along withimaginative characters such as wizards and pirates The illustrations are very cute with various shades of neutral colors for the background and vivid This book may appear to be lengthy at first for a preschooler but as you really take the time to read through it, you realize that it s a great introduction for children who want to imagine who they might be It is written through fifteen poems about various occupations such as firefighters, nurses, doctors and video game inventors along withimaginative characters such as wizards and pirate...

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