[EPUB] ☆ Tell the World | by ☆ WritersCorps Kenneth Carroll Bill Aguado Richard Newirth Sherman Alexie #2020


  • Title: Tell the World
  • Author: WritersCorps Kenneth Carroll Bill Aguado Richard Newirth Sherman Alexie
  • ISBN: 9780061345043
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback

  • Tell the World By WritersCorps Kenneth Carroll Bill Aguado Richard Newirth Sherman Alexie Through poetry we tell the world who we are, where we re from, what we love, what we think, how we feel, and why we hope With a foreword by hip hop artist and celebrated urban poet Common, Tell the World is a stunning collection of poems by teens who have taken part in workshops run by WritersCorps, a national alliance of literary arts programs for youth.Their words reprThrough poetry we tell the world who we are, where we re from, what we love, what we think, how we feel, and why we hope.With a foreword by hip hop artist and celebrated urban poet Common, Tell the World is a stunning collection of poems by teens who have taken part in workshops run by WritersCorps, a national alliance of literary arts programs for youth.Their words represent the thoughts, hopes, and dreams of teens everywhere, offering both insight and empathy.
    WritersCorps Kenneth Carroll Bill Aguado Richard Newirth Sherman Alexie
    WritersCorps is an alliance of creative writing programs in three cities San Francisco, the Bronx, and Washington, D.C with a mission to transform the lives of youth through the written word Since its inception in 1994, WritersCorps has helped than 40,000 young people nationwide improve their literacy and self sufficiency With its award winning publications and local and national events, the organization has become a national model in arts and literacy.

    Tell the World By WritersCorps Kenneth Carroll Bill Aguado Richard Newirth Sherman Alexie

    Commentaires:

    Andrea Talarico
    Andrea TalaricoPoetryTell the World is an anthology of poems funded by Writerscorps, an organization that puts artists in underserved areas to teach literacy and creativity to underprivileged students Thus, this collection represents a cross section of minorities and white students alike Sherman Alexie wrote the introduction, and focused on the idea of identity Many of these poems are about teens trying to explain who they are and what lives inside of them The sections are broken up into these c [...]

    Amanda
    Poetry by teens from DC, San Francisco and the Bronx I liked a few of the poems One was Right Now, and the poet made a list of all of the things that are happening right now Example A lion is eating a gazelle Someone is drawing a picture of Jesus Woah It s true A liked another poem about growing up and remembering beautiful tangible things like paper and ribbons.Another poem is about how impossible it is to learn English It s like your house burning down, finding water in a desert, surviving som [...]

    Jennifer Wardrip
    Reviewed by Steph for TeensReadTooThis anthology from WritersCorps incorporates poems written by teens from three major cities across the United States San Francisco, Washington, D.C and the Bronx These poems aren t all delightful with happy endings They talk of teen issues and troubles most deal with immigrating to the U.S and the differences between here and their homes With a foreword by Sherman Alexie, this small anthology book of teen poets quickly guides the reader through real struggles a [...]

    (a)lyss(a)
    How you write it Reveals what you want And how badly you want it This is a really unique collection from WritersCorps While there s a gambit of poems, I was especially struck by how young many of the authors are It goes to show that people of all ages have a voice that should be shared It also emphasizes how important it is for kids to be able to shape and understand their identities and feel like they have a place in the world I think it s so great that WritersCorps helps kids find that place T [...]

    Clay
    Teen poems of exceptional vitality, strength and grace from the celebrated national arts and literacy program, WriterCorps Adults writers of verse novels in verse could learn a lot from the life in these poems.

    Molly
    This was incredible Teens ranging from 12 19 years of age, from all walks of life, writing on a variety of topics I used to write poetry at that age but couldn t come close to the extraordinary quality of these young men and women Brilliant, brilliant piece of work

    Christopher
    A decent collection of student poetry A bit uneven at times, especially as it included writing prompts that were often not followed very well The book does provide some good examples of writing to inspire other young people.

    Gertrude
    INSPIRING GREAT POEMS.

    Margaret
    Wonderful poems written by at risk youth in DC, San Francisco and New York What a special treat for our Remann Hall readers to enjoy in April National Poetry Month.

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