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Thanks for telling us about the problem. This book shows a lot of little things in life that we love that we may not acknowledge everyday. Lofe Preview See a Problem? It just talked about all the things that the little girl llove but the structure of the book was not good. This works very well as a mentor text for young poets, or simply for a splash of fun in the day.

The hairstyles and clothes are very 90s.

The story line was ok. 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. The verses all have a rhyming pattern and flow easily on the pages.

The illustrations were really warm and welcoming. The poems are rhythmic and positively written. 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: I can’t wait to read this out loud. It’s about a little girl who goes through life everyday with a smile on breenfield face, gratefully knowing that the just the simplest, littlest things means the most to her, all of these little things she loves.


Honey, I Love

When I read this to the children that I am or will be teaching, I will start off by telling them about my childhood Summers, then, I will read the book and afterwards, have them all describe their Summers and tell me what they love to grwenfield with their families and friends during that time or during vacation. I also enjoyed the writing of the poems. It is so beautiful, and grernfield uses simple language.

Filled with many short stor Summary: 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. Jun 29, Dylan Teut rated it it was amazing.

I could use this book in my classroom gresnfield show poetry, do an activity about love, or just as a read aloud. I spent every Summer in Alabama until I was about 15, and although I have no siblings, I have many cousins that were like my siblings growing up.

Honey, I love expresses a young girl’s pure and sweet love for her family and the simple things that we tend to overlook. She tells what she doesn’t like also. Jul 11, Beth rated it it was amazing.


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Gilchrist’s narrator is a charmer that I believe we can all fall in love with. I found the repetition to be appropriate because it was not overwhelming. To see what your friends thought of this greenfiled, please sign up.

Apr 30, Madison rated it it was amazing Shelves: To ask other readers questions about Honey, I Loveeooise sign up. My favorite part was when she brought up playing piano because I played piano growing up.

I love the illustrations, they are so bright and colorful.

Whether it’s looking out the window and loving the scenery, to loving yourself. It was very easy to read and understand and the illustrations were done well.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. I did enjoy the book but I don’t think that I would rank in the top ten. 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 u my life in one way or another.

This is considered a quality of good literature according to our textbook TMY,p.