August 27, 2009


by Jorge Lujá
illustrated by Manuel Monroy

El gallo abre su pico The rooster opens its beak
y sale el sol. and up comes the sun.

Bold, colourful pictures complement a beautiful fable. In English and Spanish.

by J. Patrick Lewis & Paul B. Janeczko
illustrated by Gary Lippincott

A day in the life of a small town told in a poetic form known as the renga, or linked verse. A renga is created by two or more poets who take turns adding verses (the first poet writes three lines, the second poet writes two lines, then three, two, three, and so on).

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