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In a society that points out all the negativity in life, this little black girl is telling you to enjoy life and live it to the fullest. The girl’s home and town Character: Her vy ranges greemfield the way her cousin talks to taking rides in the car.

This poetry book tells a story of a little girl who tells readers all the things she loves. I found the poems to be eye opening and inspirational. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. She discusses her friend Lessie, her Aunt Roberta, and her cousin from the South.

However, the idea of turning a poem into a picture book is inspirational to young writers. Published January 1st by HarperCollins Publishers first published The text is enhanced with the vibrant watercolor paintings of Jan Spivey Gilchrist.


I could use this book in my classroom to show poetry, do an activity about love, or just as a read aloud. Another way to use this story is to have the students draw pictures to match all the grreenfield that the young girl in the story loves, or draw pictures to express what they love.

She even explains that love is not like the kissing you see on T. I really loved this collection, it made me think about little things in my life that I love. I think it’s the perfect read because it reminds everyone that life is about enjoying the simple things.

This is a great book. It was very easy to read and understand and the illustrations were done well.

Honey, I Love by Eloise Greenfield

They really show details from the story and make it all more clear. First of all, the child protagonist presents relatable issues that other children her age may face, such as bed times or the hot stickiness of summer. Honey, I love by Eloise Greenfield had a nice poem as the basis of the story and it made for a good story to tell about a little girl.

It is so beautiful, and it uses simple language. Want to Read saving…. I loved the rhyming pattern that created the story line for this book. Sep 20, Maryann rated it really liked it Shelves: The illustrations were really warm and welcoming.


At the end of each thing she liked there was never a proper start to a new thing she liked. She also brought up her cousin from the south. She even mentions how she loves her cousin’s southern accent.

It was very easy to read and understand and the illust 1.

Honey, I Love

Some of the things she includes are the way her cousin talks and the way her mama’s arm. Apr 15, Sade’ rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jul 17, Raleigh Cowan rated it really liked it Lovs Honey, I Love is a poem about the simple things in life that bring us joy.

Dec 09, Katelyn rated it it was amazing. Jun 28, Zoraya Brown rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book reminds me so much of how my Summers were when I was growing up.