Today we are delighted to welcome the wonderful Irene Latham to the Poetry Teatime blog. Irene is an author and poet who has written two novels for children and multiple volumes of poetry for both children and adults. Last year, she received the prestigious International Literary Association’s Lee Bennett Hopkins Promising Poet Award. Her works span continents from small towns in Alabama to the wastes of Antarctica. Enjoy getting to know Irene more in the interview below!
Monsters, dragons, and beasts, oh my! Today’s teatime features all of the gnashing growling vermicious vile creatures you can imagine. Believe it or not, poetry is full of references to terrifying and terrific creatures of all shapes and sizes! In today’s teatime, you can not only read about them, but you’ll get to create your own.
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