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Feel the Beat: Dance Poems that Zing from Salsa to Swing (edição: 2017)

de Marilyn Singer (Autor), Kristi Valiant (Ilustrador)

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An irresistible book of poems about dancing that mimic the rhythms of social dances from cha-cha to two-step, by the acclaimed author of Mirror Mirror. Marilyn Singer has crafted a vibrant collection of poems celebrating all forms of social dance from samba and salsa to tango and hip-hop. The rhythm of each poem mimics the beat of the dances' steps. Together with Kristi Valiant's dynamic illustrations, the poems create a window to all the ways dance enters our lives and exists throughout many cultures. This ingenious collection will inspire readers to get up and move!… (mais)
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Título:Feel the Beat: Dance Poems that Zing from Salsa to Swing
Autores:Marilyn Singer (Autor)
Outros autores:Kristi Valiant (Ilustrador)
Informação:Dial Books (2017), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
Coleções:Shine by Dagny Griffin, Sua biblioteca
Avaliação:****
Etiquetas:Diverse Poetry, dance, family, food, culture, Coretta Scott King Awards

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Feel the Beat: Dance Poems that Zing from Salsa to Swing de Marilyn Singer

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This collection of poems about dances from around the world is fantastic. The meter of each poem matches the rhythm of the dance and the online version I read from the library came with audio of the narrator reading the poem with music in the background. Great way to get kids into poetry and moving at the same time. A great addition to any cultural themed story time or as a partner to a non fiction book about a place or group of people.
  stoehrkr | Jul 29, 2021 |
Book was a great read, and expressed that poems can be crafted and articulated for you to dance with the beat, even through many cultures. Will inspire reader to get moving ( )
  jacqueline1960 | Jul 13, 2021 |
*Growth Area 3* VERY fun book! There are so many styles of dances in this book and each has a poem describing it. Some rhyme and they all have rhythm. I love picturing all of the dances happening as I listened to each poem. The illustrations are fun and detailed and each one is different as it shows the flavor of the dance. The author, Marilyn Singer has such a captivating way of writing about each dance. You learn about the movements of each dance and get lost in the descriptions of each poem. I think students would enjoy learning about all the different styles of dance and maybe even trying some of them out by learning a few steps!
  LibrarianPoppe | Jul 28, 2020 |
This is a book of poems that is written rhythmically to a variety of dances. The poems and illustrations include what the dancers wear, dance moves and steps, different places for dancing and different cultures. The illustrations are bright and colorful and show dance movement. Each page highlights a different type of dance. Some of the dance types include cha-cha, hip hop, foxtrot, salsa, merengne, square dance, samba, two-step, polka, swing, bhangra, waltz, conga, and argentine tango. ( )
  Wateacher | Jul 14, 2020 |
I recommend reading this book. The poems were very interesting and allowed the reader to read to different beats that were indicated by the author. My favorite poem was the one about the dad that was a street dancer. The word choice was very accessible to children as well as the syncopation in the text. The humorous element also contributed to my preference of this poem. Having poems written in this context allows for the readers to interact with poems. I think that children sometimes avoid poems because of the intricate wording but these poems are relatable to the children. ( )
  Tjohns72 | Oct 23, 2019 |
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An irresistible book of poems about dancing that mimic the rhythms of social dances from cha-cha to two-step, by the acclaimed author of Mirror Mirror. Marilyn Singer has crafted a vibrant collection of poems celebrating all forms of social dance from samba and salsa to tango and hip-hop. The rhythm of each poem mimics the beat of the dances' steps. Together with Kristi Valiant's dynamic illustrations, the poems create a window to all the ways dance enters our lives and exists throughout many cultures. This ingenious collection will inspire readers to get up and move!

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