Tylin H.~Children's Book
11/20/2020 10:38:20 am
I love your use of anaphora when you use, "Remember the." It creates a sense of structure.
11/20/2020 11:03:28 am
I loved the imagery that was created especially with the cloud blowing wind, "Remember the wind. Remember her voice."
11/20/2020 12:11:03 pm
I loved the imagery in the line talking about birth and a mother's warm embrace. The descriptive words truly give you a mental image of a mother's instinctive love.
11/20/2020 12:12:17 pm
I love the structure of your book! The repetition in the lines "remember the.." along with your matching pictures really helps the reader envision the words and meaning. It helps them to understand the poem better.
11/20/2020 12:22:41 pm
Your expertly crafted depictions of the imagery described in the poem really added to the effect that the poem would have initially had if I read it without your illustrations. Great Job!
11/20/2020 12:26:19 pm
I really love the structure and thought that was put into your book. it makes you "remember" everything you sometimes forget and makes you appreciate everything again.
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