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H is for American Children's Poet, Lee Bennet Hopkins #AtoZChallenge #ZtoA

Lee Bennett Hopkins

Lee Bennett Hopkins has written and edited numerous award-winning books for children and young adults, as well as professional texts and curriculum materials. 335 more words

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H is for Children's Poet Hannah Hodgson, #AtoZChallenge ZtoA

Hannah Hodgson

Hannah has won numerous young poets network challenges organised by the poetry society; and she goes in to schools to run poetry workshops. 210 more words

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L is for Children's Poet Alistair Lane, #AtoZChallenge #ZtoA

Alistair Lane

Alistair Lane is an emerging poet, writer, and performer, who writes for both children and adults, and an active member of the “DIY Poets” collective. 164 more words

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M is for Children's Poet and Educator Trevor Millum, #AtoZChallenge #ZtoA

Trevor Millum

Trevor is a writer and performer of short stories and poems for children and has published lots of other stuff too. His poems are widely published and anthologised. 170 more words

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Spring on my Street.

When the birds flock to the rafters to build their nests,

And the bees cover the dandelions making you watch your steps.

The pot-bellied pig on the corner starts wandering around, 233 more words

Wellness

N is for American Children's Poet Kim Norman, #AtoZChallenge #ZtoA

Kim Norman

Kim Norman is the author of twenty children’s books, many in verse, published by Sterling, Scholastic, Penguin/Random House, and forthcoming from FSG and Candlewick. 164 more words

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N is for Children's Poet Kenn Nesbitt, #AtoZChallenge #ZtoA

Kenn Nesbitt

Kenn’s first children’s poem was written in 1994 after having dinner with a friend whose 4-year-old daughter did everything she could to get out of eating her dinner. 226 more words

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