Books by Lorie Ann Grover

Books by Lorie Ann Grover
Kirkus Starred Review, Firstborn: "A fantasy that reads like a lost history tome and deftly examines issues of gender...An engrossing story with welcome depths."

Friday, August 17, 2012

Poetry Friday Anthology!

I'm so happy to be in this collection of poems!

The Poetry Friday Anthology: Poems for the School Year with Connections to the Common Core
compiled by Sylvia Vardell and Janet Wong
Pomelo Books, 2012 -- official release date September 1

Here are 218 unpublished poems by 75 poets. There are 36 poems for each grade level, K-5 -- one for each week of the school year. 5 tips are included for every poem as a theme each week links all the grade levels together.

Teachers, poets, readers of poetry, check this work out! e-versions will be up in September. Sweet!


Little Willow said...

That. Is. FANTASTIC! Congratulations!

Lorie Ann Grover said...

Ah, thanks, LW!

Sylvia Vardell said...

Lorie Ann, thanks for the plug-- and for your terrific poems in the book too. Your poem, "Waiting," is one of my favorites-- and kids will love the word GLOOP!

Janet Wong said...

Lorie Ann, thanks for your poems, your post today, and for letting everyone know that e-book versions will be available for Kindles and iPads (and computers) on Sept 1st. 

Right now the book is available only in paperback--but paper is best for browsing back and forth from one theme (or grade) to another.

E-books are terrific when you use your computer with a projector; you can project any page of the book onto a large screen and the whole class can see a poem at the same time. And a teacher could use the Search function in the e-book to type in GLOOP and find your art poem!

Kerry Aradhya said...

Congratulations! I just learned about this book from another Poetry Friday post and am looking forward to seeing it...and your print!

Mary Lee said...

I'm proud that one of my poems lives in the same book as yours!

Anonymous said...

That's one of my get at least one of my poem out there...

Robyn Hood Black said...

Congrats! Like Mary Lee, I'm happy to share the pages with you. What a terrific resource!