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Lee Bennett Hopkins made mention of this list in a recent post on the CCBC-NET listserv and the timing was perfect for Poetry Friday. Here are all the Poetry Volumes published in 2007. Thanks, Lee!

Alexander, Elizabeth & Marilyn Nelson.  Miss Crandall’s School For Young Ladies & Little Misses Of Color/Boyds Mills

Ed/ Andronik, Catherine M.  Wildly Romantic; The English  Romantic Poets; The Mad, The Bad And The Dangerous/Holt

Bagert, Brod.  Shout!; Little Poems That Roar/Dial

Clements, Andrew.  Dogku/Simon & Schuster

Crawley, Dave.  Dog Poems/Boyds Mills

Crisler, Curtis L. Tough Boy Sonatas/Wordsong

Florian, Douglas.  Comets, Stars, The Moon, And Mars/Harcourt

Forbes, Robert L.  Beastly Feasts! A Mischievous Menagerie In  Rhyme/Overlook Duckworth

Frank, John.  How To Catch A Fish/Roaring Brook Press

Grandits, John.  Blue Lipstick; Concrete Poems/Clarion

Grimes, Nikki.  When Gorilla Goes Walking/Orchard
Gutman, Dan.  Casey Back At The Bat/Harper
Harrison, David.  Bugs; Poems About Creeping Things/Wordsong

Hemphill, Stephanie. Your Own Sylvia; A Verse Portrait Of  Sylvia Plath/Knopf

Ed./ Hopkins, Lee Bennett/Behind The Museum Door/Abrams

Ed/Janeczko, Paul/Hey, You1 Poems To Skyscrapers, Mosquitos,
 And Other Fun Things

Katz, Bobbi.  Trailblazers; Poems Of Explorers/Greenwillow

Katz, Susan.  Oh, Theodore1; Guinea Pig Poems/Clarion

Kirk, Daniel. Cat Power!/Hyperion

Lewis, J. Patrick The Brothers’ War; Civil War Voices In Verse/.
 National Geographic.
----- Under The Kissletoe; Christmastime  Poems/Boyds Mills

Miller, Kate.  Poems In Black And White/Wordsong

Mora, Pat.  Yum! Mmmm! Que Rico!; Americas’ Sproutings Haiku/
 Lee & Low

Neri, G. Chess Rumble/Lee  & Low

Owens, Mary Beth.  Panda Whispers/Dutton

Park, Linda Sue.  Tap Dancing On The Roof/Clarion

Perry, Andrea.  Snack Smasher & Others Reasons Why It’s Not My Fault/Atheneum

Prelutsky, Jack.  Me I Am/. Fs&G
-----.  Good Sports/Knopf
-----    In Aunt Giraffe’s Green Garden/Greenwillow

Ryder, Joanne.  Toad By The Road; A Year In The Life Of These  Amazing Amphipians/ Holt

Schertle, Alice.  We/Lee & Low

Shapiro, Karen Jo.  I Must Go Down To The Beach  Again/Charlesbridge

Sidman, Joyce. This Is Just To Say; Poems Of Apology And Forgiveness/Houghton

Singer, Marilyn.  City Lullaby/Clarion

Smith, Charles R., Jr.  Twelve Rounds To Glory; The Story Of  Muhammad Ali/Candlewick

Spinelli, Eileen.  Polar Bear, Arctic Hare; Poems Of The Frozen  North/Wordsong

-----. Summerhouse Tree/Knopf (Verse Novel)

Varella, Barry.  Gizmo/Roaring Brook Press (Pic. Book)

Ed. Vecchione, Patrice. Faith & Doubt/Holt

Vestergaard, Hope.  I Don’t Want To Clean My Room; A Mess Of  Poems About Chores/Dutton.

Walker, Alice.  Why War Is Never A Good Idea/Harpercollins

Weatherford, Carole Boston.  Birmingham, 1963/Boyds Mills

Whitehead, Jenny.  Holiday Stew/Holt.

**Ed.  Yolen, Jane.  Here’s A Little Poem/Candlwick

Yolen, Jane.  Shape Me A Rhyme; Nature’s Forms In Poetry/Boyds  Mills

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