Tag Archives: Mary Lee Hahn

December 29

THE 2016 NERDIES: POETRY AND NOVELS IN VERSE ANNOUNCED BY MARY LEE HAHN

  One third of humanity and four fifths of Americans can no longer see the Milky Way at night. With or without us, the stars shine on.   Love is as constant as the stars. At times, it as hidden as the Milky Way from our view.   The poetry category of the Nerdies, and […]

September 24

Top 10 Reasons to Join Us in our October Graphic Novel Celebration!

Are your graphic novel book bins always empty?  Are your students begging you for more titles?  Are you always looking for new graphic novel titles?   Do you use them in the classroom to teach craft, structure and comprehension?  Do you love the energy they bring to the classroom?  If so, this event is for you! […]

December 31

2014 NERDY AWARDS FOR POETRY AND NOVELS IN VERSE ANNOUNCED BY MARY LEE HAHN

This day, this season, captured in snapshots, glimpses — savor each moment. Firefly July: A Year of Very Short Poems selected by Paul B. Janeczko illustrated by Melissa Sweet Candlewick Press author’s website: http://www.paulbjaneczko.com/ This is a collection of poems to relish. Each of the thirty-six “very short” poems has been thoughtfully chosen to tell […]

The 2013 Nerdy Award Poetry Winners Announced by Mary Lee Hahn

Imagination Releases History Teaches His story Delights Father and son Bond tight Fairy tales Novel telling Five winners All compelling IMAGINATION RELEASES Words With Wings by Nikki Grimes Wordsong author’s website: http://www.nikkigrimes.com/ Gabby is a daydreamer, with lots of reasons to escape into her imagination – her parents have separated and she is the new […]

ANNOUNCING THE 2012 POETRY NERDIES by Mary Lee Hahn

Light Verse, Incredibly Diverse, Apologies, Honey Bees, Contemplation, Rumination. Best six: Classics * ~~ * ~~ * ~~ * ~~ * ~~ * ~~ * LIGHT VERSE I’ve Lost My Hippopotamus by Jack Prelutsky illustrated by Jackie Urbanovic Greenwillow Books Author’s Website Jack Prelutsky, the inaugural Children’s Poet Laureate, continues to delight children with his poems. […]