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Monday, April 4, 2016

A Poet-Tree for National Poetry Month

The Poet-Tree Display
Thanks to Jill from the L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library for this guest post.  

I have not always been inspired to do an April Poetry Display, but this year I came up with this “Poet-Tree” and I’m really happy with it. It incorporates poems relating to the parts of the tree and the nature around it, and also some of our staff’s favorite poems. 
Detail of a favorite poem

I hope that it will catch the attention of kids and parents during our upcoming storytime break. I also hung a “poem Pocket” and put in small copies of poems for people to take. Any one of these ideas alone or combined makes a fun and eye catching April Display.
Poem pocket--poems for the taking!

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