Keepers Poetry

Keepers Poetry Everybody has keepers those personal mementos that bring to mind special moments and feelings and this book is full of them From boastful bugs to skeleton keys from sunken treasure to swinging on a s

  • Title: Keepers Poetry
  • Author: Alice Schertle Ted Rand
  • ISBN: 9780688116347
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Everybody has keepers those personal mementos that bring to mind special moments and feelings and this book is full of them From boastful bugs to skeleton keys, from sunken treasure to swinging on a star Keepers includes poems and paintings for every mood and taste Full color.

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    About "Alice Schertle Ted Rand"

    1. Alice Schertle Ted Rand

      Alice Schertle has written than 40 books, mostly for children A mother and former elementary school teacher, Ms Schertle is a graduate of the University of Southern California Many of her most famous works are poetic in nature, though she writes about a wide variety of topics.

    808 thoughts on “Keepers Poetry”

    1. This book of poems is a collection of 23 personal memento poems by Alice Schertle. They would be appropriate for students in grade first through maybe fourth. Some of the poems are a little old in terms of their vocabulary. Some kids may not be able to relate to what a skeleton key is or its importance or what galleons is, or know some of the songs in the Ukelele poem. Some of the poems can be fun to read though, I loved the Monopoly poem, it took me back to my childhood with all the fun terms f [...]


    2. While I'm a bigger fan of the other Schertle book called A Lucky Thing, this is still a very good collection. There are a few real gems in there.


    3. This was also a very cute books of poems.One of my favorites was Monopoly. It brought me back to my childhood days when my siblings and I used to love to play the game Monopoly!




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