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Companion to the Moon and PDF #197 acclaimed volume A Caribbean Dozen this is a major new anthology of poetry by over Caribbean poets Sparking crystal waters and coral beaches velvet smooth dolphins and flying fish the call of the six o'clock bee and the pung la la chorus of frogs the flavour of coconut water pawpaw and Johnnie Bake. The rhythm movement sunshine and warmth of the Caribbean just jumps out of these poems A vibrant and enjoyable collect to use time and time again with children

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Under the Moon and Over the SeaWhispered ghost stories about Duppy Dan and the Jumbie Man Divided into five Under the eBook #8608 sections each magnificently illustrated by a major contemporary artist this glorious collection of poetry conjures the sights and sounds tastes and tales of the Caribbean the experience of living there and of leaving for other lands A. This is an excellent collection of Caribbean Poetry edited by the renowned authors John Agard and Grace Nichols There are various themes including weather nature the sea family and food Many of the poems are written in the Caribbean dialect At times I did find this difficult to read and pupils may also struggle Yet this can be easily overcome by watching videos of performances or even inviting poets into school to perform their poetry to pupils

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Summary Under the Moon and Over the Sea 107 Ç [Download] ➾ Under the Moon and Over the Sea ➹ John Agard – Helpyouantib.co.uk Companion to the acclaimed volume A Caribbean Dozen this is a major new anthology of poetry by over 30 Caribbean poets Sparking crystal waters and coral beaches; velvet smooth dolphins and flying fish ComCompanion to the acclaimed A Caribbean Dozen Under the Moon and Over the Sea contains than fifty poems many of them previously unpublished by over thirty poets the Moon and Over the PDFEPUBincluding John Agard Grace Nichols James Berry the Moon and Kindle #213 Valerie Bloom and Benjamin Zephaniah It is a volume truly to be savoured. Having studied John Agard's 'Half caste' poem for GCSE English I was suprised and intrigued to see his name on the suggested authors list for the literature pre course reading for PGCE With this in mind I borrowed 'Under the Moon and Over the Sea' from the library 'Under the Moon' is a wonderful collection of Carribean poems from a number of poets I enjoyed Agard's 'Flying Fish' and also Benjamin Zephaniah's 'I Love Me Mudder' probablly suited to secondary school pupils due to the reference to 'weed'This collection of poetry would make for a great talking point when discussing the topic of other cultures It is interesting to read some of the poems how the poet would have spoken them with a Carribean 'twang' Use of language such as 'De' to replace 'The' and missing out the 'g' on words like shoppin' and sinkin' really bring these poems to life I imagine these would be great fun to read to a class or group putting on the heavy accent