- Author:Maxine Kumin
- Publisher:Trophy Pr; by Maxine Kumin pictures by Arnold Lobel Softcover 5.25 x 6.75 inches, 32 pages. 1986 First Harper Trophy Edition. A READING RAINBOW BOOK edition (May 1, 1987)
- Pages:32 pages
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Maxine Kumin (June 6, 1925 – February 6, 2014) was an American poet and author. She was appointed Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress in 1981–1982.
Maxine Kumin (June 6, 1925 – February 6, 2014) was an American poet and author. Maxine Kumin was born Maxine Winokur on June 6, 1925 in Philadelphia, the daughter of Jewish parents, and attended a Catholic kindergarten and primary school. in 1948 from Radcliffe College
Kumin and Sexton's 1975 tale of a reckless young wizard gets a. .
Kumin and Sexton's 1975 tale of a reckless young wizard gets a makeover with Katz's vibrant, whimsical illustrations. She wrote three other books for children with her friend Maxine Kumin-The Egg of Things, More Eggs of Things, and Joey and the Birthday Present-all of which will be reiussued by Triangle Square Books for Young Readers. In addition to her seventeen poetry collections, novels, and essay collections for adults, she is the author of many children's books including Oh, Harry! (illustrated by Barry Moser), Mites to Mastodons (illustrated by Pam Zagarenski), and The Microscope (illustrated by Arnold Lobel).
A fun rhyming poem about the invention of the microscope. Watch the simple animated wave while you listen to the story
This short book covers biology, history, Renaissance, and an introduction to Dutch culture, which is personally salient to our family descended from German/Dutch fishermen. Maxine Kumin's 17th poetry collection, published in the spring of 2010, is Where I Live: New and Selected Poems 1990-2010. Her awards include the Pulitzer and Ruth Lilly Poetry Prizes, the Poets’ Prize, and the Harvard Arts and Robert Frost Medals. The Word Waves series aims to build up little ones' listening skills and show just how fun reading together can be.
Lizzie, age eleven, does not let her wheelchair get in the way of her curiosity. After she is partially paralyzed in a diving accident, Lizzie and her single mom are starting life over in a small town in Florida, where Lizzie's thirst for knowledge and adventure makes her some unlikely friends and gets her into some sticky situations
A charming and accurate verse about Anton Leeuwenhoek, inventor of the microscope. A Reading Rainbow selection.
A charming and accurate verse about Anton Leeuwenhoek, inventor of the microscope.
Microscope" by Maxine Kumin?' and find homework help for other Maxine Kumin questions at eNotes. com will help you with any book or any question.
Get an answer for 'What is the central theme of poem "The Microscope" by Maxine Kumin?' and find homework help for other Maxine Kumin questions at eNotes. It was necessary for Anton Leeuwenhoek to neglect the quotidian details of his life as a shopkeeper (his "dry goods gathered dust") to pursue his passion for devising a machine that would enable him to examine the unseen, minute details of the natural world.
by Maxine Kumin (1925-). Anton Leeuwenhoek was Dutch. He sold pincushions, cloth, and such. He worked, instead of tending store, At grinding special lenses for A microscope
by Maxine Kumin (1925-). The waiting townsfolk fumed and fussed As Anton’s dry goods gathered dust. He worked, instead of tending store, At grinding special lenses for A microscope. Some of the things He looked at were: mosquitoes’ wings, the hairs of sheep, the legs of lice, the skin of people, dogs, and mice; ox eyes, spiders’ spinning gear, fishes’ scales, a little smear of his own blood, and best of all, the unknown, busy, very small bugs that swim and bump and hop inside a simple water drop.