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Cricket Songs by Arden G. Thompson

Cricket Songs

by Arden G. Thompson

230 pages
Cricket Songs contains poems written for readers of all ages about learning and nature - human and other. The poems are understandable and meaningful to all. They will be particularly helpful to teachers of language arts and gifted and talented students and offer a solid foundation for an effective affective curriculum.

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Category: Poetry
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About the Book
Cricket Songs is a collection of poems written for readers of all ages about learning and nature – human and other. The words are clear, penetrating, and immediately understandable by readers from six to ninety-six. You understand because you have been there. The author is the singer, but these are your songs. It will be particularly helpful to teachers of language arts and gifted and talented students offering a solid foundation upon which to build an effective affective curriculum.

As one reader said, "I never knew I loved poetry until I read these poems. These are the words I never could write myself – these are my words – they really do sing my song."

 

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About the Author
Arden G. Thompson Arden G. Thompson developed and taught the New Horizons Gifted/Talented Program in Wiscasset, Maine public schools for 27 years and then went on to teach the Excel Program in Thomaston, Cushing, and Tenants Harbor, Maine. For twelve summers she taught the Microcosmos Strand at the University of Connecticut’s Confratute – an intense summer program attended by teachers and parents of gifted and talented students from all over the world.

Her first book of collected poems, Watching Ants, was created at the request of Irving Sato, Director of the National/State Leader Training Institute on the Gifted and Talented, Ventura, California in 1989.

The words are clear, penetrating, and immediately understandable by readers from six to ninety-six. You understand because you have been there. The author is the singer, but these are your songs.

 

 

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