Books in Poetry for Kids. Read and Enjoy

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Poetry for kids. These inspiring poems will take you into the fascinating world of books. Books are devoted friends who take you far wherever you go, show you people and places of every kind, teach to be a worthy person and give unforgettable pleasure and fun. Read and enjoy!

Books in Poetry for Kids. Read and Enjoy

Books in Poetry for Kids

By Anonymous

I like books
I really do — Books with stories
And pictures, too.

Books of birds
And things that grow
Books of people
We should know.

Books of animals
And places, too,
I like books
I really do!

Open A Book,
By Jane Baskwill

Open a book
And you will find
People and places of every kind;
Open a book
And you can be
Anything that you want to be;
Open a book
And you can share
Wondrous worlds you find in there;
Open a book
And I will too
You read to me
And I’ll read to you.

My Book
By Anonymous

I did it!
I did it!
Come and look at what I've done!
I read a book!
When someone wrote it
Long ago
For me to read,
How did he know
That this was the book
I'd take from the shelf
And lie on the floor
And read by myself?
I really read it!
Just like that!
Word by word,
From first to last!
I'm sleeping with
This book in bed,
This is the FIRST book
I've ever read!

What is a Book?
By Lora Daunt

A book is pages, pictures and words
A book is animals, people and birds
A book is stories of queens and kings
Poems and songs-so many things!
Curled in a corner where I can hide
With a book I can journey far and wide
Though it’s only paper from end to end
A book is a very special friend.

Keep a Poem in Your Pocket
By Anonymous

Keep a poem in your pocket
and a picture in your head
and you'll never feel lonely
at night when you're in bed.

The little poem will sing to you.
The little picture it brings to you
A dozen dreams to dance to you
At night when your in bed.

Keep a picture in your pocket
And a poem in your head
And you'll never feel lonely
At night when your in bed.

By Helen H. Moore

If you read a few, then you’ll know it’s true:
Books are good for you!
Chefs read cook books,
Pirates? “Hook” books!
Little kids read lift-and-look books!
We read books of poems and prose –
Some of these and some of those.
Read some too, and you’ll agree,
Books are good for you and me!

By Solveig Paulson Russell

Books are friends who take you far
Wherever you would go,
From torrid lands and jungle ways
To northern fields of snow.

Books bring us gifts from long ago
And hints of future days,
And lead the mind refreshingly
On unfamiliar ways.

Books are the chests of pirate gold
Where wealth in stories lies
As varied as the clouds that blow
Across November skies.

Renata Fly

Outside the window the night has come,
Somewhere flashed the lightning,
Book of the day so tired,
What pages stick together.

Go to sleep little
Sentences and words,
And hardcover
Lowered head.

Exclamation marks
Something whisper in the silence,
And quotes from habit
Revealed in a dream.

And in the corner, at the end of the page,
The transfer hung nose — He's separation from the third syllable
Very badly suffered.

Untold stories,
The rest of the feast.
Before reaching this phrase,
On the move fell asleep hero.

Stopped even flame
To blaze in the midnight darkness,
Where the dragon with one dragonsa
Is in a legal fight.

Nobody now will not meet
On pages of dreaming books
Only slowly trudge
Half-asleep intrigue.

Dozing young bride
On the road under the crown,
And fell asleep mid,
And start,
The END.

I Like a Book
By M. Lucille Ford

I like a book. It tells me things
Of ancient peoples and their kings
And what they used to do;
Of giants in some far-off land
And things I hardly understand,
Both make-believe and true.

I like books. It’s fun to see
How interesting they can be –
As people are. And so
I try to treat them like a friend
And many pleasant hours spend
In learning what they know.

Books are for Looks
By Isabelle Spooner

Books are for looks; a look for a tale
Of possible a lion, a tiger, or a whale.

A look for adventure, exciting, intense
With mystery unfolding and growing suspense.

A look for a fact, to inform or relate,
A picture, a poem, or a word to locate.

You never can tell when you start to look
What interesting things may come in a book!

By Marina Tsvetaeva

«Dear mother, don't torture!
We will go or not?»
I'm big, I'm seven years,
I'm stubborn, it's better.

Surprisingly stubborn:
I will say no, but Yes.
Will not give up ever,
It clearly knows the mother.

«Will you play, you'll take the case,
The house system». — «Where the cardboard?»
«What tone?» «Isn't the tone!
Just live me tired!

Tired… live… in the world,
All large — executioners,
David Copperfield»… — «Shut Up!
Babysitter, a fur coat! That for the children!»

Into the mouth of the flying snowflakes…
Lights lights…
«Well, the cab, quickly!
Will, mom, pictures?»

How many books! What crowd!
How many books! I can read it!
In the heart of joy, and mouth
The taste of salty counter.

Lily Ochotnicky

I choose books with pleasure
On the shelves, in the silence of the library,
Then joy will suddenly embrace, excitement,
Because each book — like people.
One was an old, wise, read before the holes,
Another all unusual, strange, new.

Me books open up a world,
By step step going from word to word.
In the North I can go

And in the tropics, where grow bananas.
What a joy to open, read,
Stories, tales, novels!
Can learn what it was a century ago,
And what ever will probably be.
Many books people say,
In many ways, the books help people.

Reading Books
By Vivian G. Gouled

I like to read all kinds of books
To entertain myself,
And so I’m glad when I can take
A book down from the shelf.

I like the picture books of planes,
Of flowers, birds, and ships
From which I can imagine that
I’m taking wonder trips.

I like the books with stories in
And also books of rhymes;
I often try to learn a few
And say them lots of times.

I like to read all kinds of books
I find upon the shelf –
Particularly now that I
Can read all by myself!

Magic Keys
By Leah Gibbs Knobbe

Would you like to travel far
From the place where now you are?
Read a book!

Would you nature’s secrets know,
How her children live and grow?
Read a book!

Is it adventure that you crave,
On land or on ocean wave?
Read a book!

Would you like to talk with kings?
Or to fly with Lindbergh’s wings?
Read a book!

Would you look on days gone by?
Know scientific reasons why?
Read a book!

The world before you will unfold,
For a magic key you hold
In a book!

There is a Land
By Leland B. Jacobs

There is a land –
A marvelous land –
Where trolls and giants dwell;
Where witches
With their bitter brew
Can cast a magic spell;
Where mermaids sing,
Where carpets fly,
Where, in the midst of night,
Brownies dance
To cricket tunes;
And ghosts, all shivery and white,
Prowl and moan.
There is a land
Of magic folks and deeds,
And anyone
Can visit there
Who reads and reads and reads.

By Anonymous

Here’s an adventure! What awaits
Beyond these closed, mysterious gates?
Whom shall I meet, where shall I go?
Beyond the lovely land I know?
Above the sky, across the sea?
What shall I learn and feel and be?
Open, strange doors, to good or ill!
I hold my breath a moment still
Before the magic of your look.
What shall you do to me, O book?

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