Need a book report or ten by the end of the year, try a novel in verse. April is National Poetry Month impress your teacher by reading and reporting on a novel in verse.
The Kansas Humanities Council is celebrating National Poetry Month by hosting a poetry potluck on their Pinterest page.
Singing with your child makes them smarter. An added bonus? It’s FUN! This week we’re celebrating music and rhyme with a delightful, lighthearted DIY Digital Storytime.
You are most likely aware by now that April is National Poetry Month, yes? If you do only one poetry-related thing for this most auspicious of months, may I suggest that it be attending a reading by three up-and-coming young poets from right here in Kansas? April 15th, from 7-8:30
Topeka poets Dennis Etzel Jr. and Eric McHenry talk about the writing process and read from their work.
The Cowboy Poetry Gathering is 2-4 p.m. Sun. Feb. 15 in Marvin Auditorium