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Some of the things she includes are the way her cousin talks and the way her mama’s arm. Another way to use this story is to have the students draw pictures to match all the things that the young girl in the story loves, or draw pictures to express what they love.

I found the poems to be eye opening and inspirational.

Even if they do not incorporate words and letters, this is still a way for them to develop their language. The beautifully written poems, and colorful illustrations make for a great read for people of all ages. It’s not the way we normally read a book, as it repeats “Honey, I love” whichever aspect of her life she elkise discussing.

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The main character, and the narrator, goes through all the things she loves about her family. Feb 04, Megan Willis rated it it was amazing Shelves: We walked to the park. The illustrations even allow the reader or audience to understand the little girl’s playful personality better.


Then drove to the ocean. It also teaches them to appreciate life and the little things in it. They used a lot of pastel colors for the scenery which really caught my eye. The girl’s home and town Character: Of course with lovve younger children, vacation and Summer will be great vocabulary words to expand on.

I do think that it is confusing at some points in the poem and it doesn’t make as much sense as I would like it t This was an okay poetry book. Definitely eoise classic t Honey, I love is exactly the kind of poetry that I love to read. Jul 20, Shari rated it liked it Shelves: This would be a great book to read to a younger group of students so they can start appreciating the little things in life early on. This was an okay poetry book. Honey, I love by Eloise Greenfield had a nice poem as the basis of the story and it made for a good story to tell about a little girl.

This was a poem that showed empathy and love toward the world. Lovd practice phonemic awareness with my Pre-K students, we would create our own poem and pictures about summer. This poetry book tells a story of a little girl who tells readers all the 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: It was very easy to ggreenfield and understand and the illust 1.


Honey, I Love

It was very easy to read and understand and bh illustrations were done well. For example, riding on the train and actually paying attention to the nature, architecture, and the beauty of the outdoors, is more valuable then I even realized.

Honey, I Love, by Eloise Greenfield, is collection of poems written by a young girl. Some were rhyming every other line, yet sometimes, the words didn’t even stay on a line and just rolled off the end to symbolize the specific word. Of course there were some poems I elooise more then others, my favorite was By Myself, but I was able to apply all of them to my life in one way or another.

We played outside all day and just enjoyed a carefree life. Unavailable Guided Reading Level: To ask other readers questions about Honey, I Love elpise, please sign up. No trivia or quizzes yet. Sep 28, Zack McCurry rated it really liked it Shelves: Aug 10, ReadingWench rated it really liked it Shelves: