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Old Elm Speaks: Tree Poems This tree across the stream is a trickier bridge than it might seem The author of The Great From Race and Other Poems has created a collection of short poems that celebrate trees and the amazing variety of ways they touch our lives Deceptively simple verses reveal what trees think about and what they say to one another, as well as how they look and all the things they do for us Humor and an unerring ear for the sounds of language make these poems an irresistible read aloud the luminous oil paintings evoke a country setting and the children who enjoy it through the year

About the Author: Kristine O'Connell George

Is a well known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Old Elm Speaks: Tree Poems book, this is one of the most wanted Kristine OConnell George author readers around the world.

10 thoughts on “Old Elm Speaks: Tree Poems

  1. Victoria Hopkins Victoria Hopkins says:

    Old Elm Speaks is a collection of short poems Each poem includes a different scenario involving trees, such as trees in the fall, two trees holding a hammock, a tree in the town, etc Each poem has a unique rhyme scheme This text can be used during a poetry unit f

  2. Raven Howell Raven Howell says:

    This is my favorite Kristine O Connell George book I ve read all of them Her poetry is insightful, provocative and delightful for all ages

  3. Cara Frazee Cara Frazee says:

    Grade 2 4, 4 6Poems I loved the specific poems in the book that are spoken from different types of trees point of view The poems are interesting and the illustrations are pretty and realistic.

  4. Kim Zarins Kim Zarins says:

    I know this an older title in the fast paced world of children s literature, 1998 is old , but I wanted to make a note of this book to encourage you to read it With nature on my mind, and the daily sight of winter bare trees, I d missed this little collection of free verse tributes to tree

  5. Paul Hankins Paul Hankins says:

    It is as I told you, Young Sapling.It will takeautumns of patiencebefore you snagyourfirstmoon Old Elm Speaks from OLD ELM SPEAKS TREE POEMSKristine O Connell George s descriptive work in this 1998 collection would serve as a mentor text in the writing workshop or a poetry workshop.or a poetry writ

  6. Mattie Weck Mattie Weck says:

    The illustrations in this book were appealing and richly textured, but what I loved most about Old Elm Speaks was that the text and language of the poems are what really create outstanding visuals This poetry book includes poems with a variety of style, ranging from haiku to free verse, that all include cre

  7. Amber Amber says:

    I absolutely love trees In my art class for all my paintings and drawings, the subject was always trees What make this book of poems most unique was not only were all the poems about trees, but they were also about things that trees can do, such as grow fruit I think just about anyone would be able to pick a poem ou

  8. Vanessa Peavy Vanessa Peavy says:

    I like this poem book It truly has really good poems that are cute, silly and fun Children would love to read these poems all based around trees This book reads different than other picture books because it tellsstories about trees, rather than one I would use this book to during an earth day unit, plant lessons, and or less

  9. B.J. Lee B.J. Lee says:

    I ve wanted to read something by Kristine O Connell George for quite awhile now and I m glad this was the first poetry collection of hers that I picked up George has a delightful working relationship with metaphor.

  10. Kate Hastings Kate Hastings says:

    Beautiful poetry about trees, will be my first poetry book discussion Chose it because it also has an ecological feel for our Earth Day theme

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