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A simple book with great Illustrations. Her love ranges from the way her cousin talks to taking rides in the car.

Honey, I Love

I could use this book in my classroom to show poetry, do an activity about love, or just as a read aloud. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I found it a fun read.

This book was a collection of poems written by a little girl. Having bu words is one thing, but having great pictures to go with the great words, is even better.

Whether it’s looking out the window and loving the scenery, to loving yourself. This poetry book tells a story of a little girl who tells readers all the things she loves.

Jun 25, Jaelyn J. Dec 04, Kiersten Knapp rated it it was amazing Shelves: The text is enhanced with the vibrant watercolor paintings of Jan Spivey Gilchrist. Some poems rhyme, some poems do not rhyme; some poems are long, some poems are short; some poems talk about the outdoors, some talk about the indoors. Vocabulary expansion along with their shared experiences will make great classroom discussion!

Honey, I love is exactly the kind of poetry that I love to read. The illustrations were really warm and welcoming. I also think this book expands awareness i. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Apr 30, Madison rated it it was amazing Shelves: Sep 28, Zack McCurry rated it really liked it Shelves: However, the idea of turning a poem into a picture book is inspirational to young writers.


Not Available Guided Reading: I love the original vreenfield of poems by Eloise Greenfield. The little girl talks about loe she loves in life. It’s about grewnfield little girl who goes through life everyday with a smile loge her face, gratefully knowing that the just the simplest, littlest things means the most to her, all of these little things she loves.

A great example of this is when the main character is talking about when she visits with her cousin who is from the South and Poetry book: Jun 26, Stephanie Littig rated it it was amazing.

Dec 09, Katelyn rated it it was amazing. She took time to really talk about the little beautiful things in life that I might This book was a collection of poems written by a little girl.

Honey, I Love by Eloise Greenfield

To view it, click here. It just talked about all the things that the little girl loved but the structure of the book was not good. May 30, Racheal rated it really liked it Shelves: This could be used as an example for students for how to write an engaging poem. Feb 12, Liz Murray rated it it was amazing Shelves: Now, twenty-five years later, she and celebrated children’s book artist Jan Spivey Gilchrist present a stunning, newly illustrated anniversary edition that invites readers to celebrate the simple joys of loving and living.

Honey, I Love by Eloise Greenfield | Scholastic

The hairstyles and clothes are very 90s. In some of her poems she talks about her best friend Lessie. The girl’s home and town Character: I did enjoy the book but I don’t think that I would rank in the top ten. The verses all have a rhyming pattern and flow easily on the pages.


Honey, I Love, by Eloise Greenfield, is collection of poems written by a young girl. The poem is narrated by a little girl and she talks about all the things that she loves like the way her cousin talks or the cool water from the hose in the summertime.

I spent every Summer in Alabama until I was about 15, and although I lovs no siblings, I have many cousins that were like my siblings growing up. Of course there were some poems I liked more then others, my favorite was By Myself, but I was able to apply all of them to my life in dloise way or another. This is considered a quality of good literature according to our textbook TMY,p. Ekoise book can also be used to discuss all the different things that people like, which can greenrield to a discussion about students likes and dislikes.

The teacher would already have some lines put together and the greenfie,d would have to fill in the blanks end of the line using the phonemic awareness skills i. I love the illustrations, they are so bright and colorful. They used a lot of pastel colors for the scenery which really caught my eye.

Dec 01, Mckayla Pietrowski added it Shelves: This book reminds me so much of how my Summers were when I was growing up. The little girl on the front cover is the main character of the book which talks about all the different things that she loves in her life. My favorite poem “riding on a train” talked about all the beautiful scenes you would see riding on a train.