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As part of doing some sessions at UBC in June, I got some gift cards to use at the bookstore, and picked up some heavy pieces of literature. Tha…

Hi Alan,
I, somewhat serendipitously, read this post recently. Didn’t notice the date.
The book arrived, £2.29 including p&p, this morning.
Marvellous book and I think it will a great resource when I go back to school in August.

Read Verse Daily: Scarlet Macaws by Pascale Petit
The scarlet macaws want their red back, not puce or pink but rich rubescence. They squawk and screech and growl for the people to give it back.

Just head this on the radio and looked it up.

They don’t want to be eaten.
They don’t want to be sacrificed.
They don’t want to be shot for their celestial light
and lose their teeth and eyes.

Listened Poetry activities for schools: The Table by Edip Cansever from youtube.com

Listened to @KateClanchy1‘s Poetry activities for schools: The Table by Edip Cansever ripped from YouTube. Which is great. Kate Clanchy uses poem ‘The Table’ to inspire pupils to create their own poems. Loved the poem and read to my class this morning.

Replied to Kenny Pieper on Twitter (Twitter)
“Book Title Poetry https://t.co/HRchdqOV3Z”

Very cool indeed Kenny, I’ve done spine stories: photo of a pile of books with my class, & I think #ds106

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RFID Machines in British Libraries Are Producing Charming Found Poetry


Which is pretty wonderful and I saw in @katexic newsletter

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