BOOKS ⚡ Talking Turkeys Author Benjamin Zephaniah –

Talking Turkeys One Of The Coolest Poets For Children, Benjamin Zephaniah S Talking Turkeys Has Something To Say Talking Turkeys Is The Very First Ground Breaking Children S Poetry Collection From Street Poet Benjamin Zephaniah Playful, Clever And Provocative, This Is Performance Poetry On The Page At Its Very Best

About the Author: Benjamin Zephaniah

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Talking Turkeys book, this is one of the most wanted Benjamin Zephaniah author readers around the world.

10 thoughts on “Talking Turkeys

  1. says:

    Talking Turkeys Poetry by Benjamin Zephaniah Benjamin Zephaniah was born in Birmingham in 1958 At a young age he went through several schools before being permanently excluded at the age of 13 He showed great promise as a poet, reading his poetry in local churches becoming well known among the local black Caribbean community His tim...

  2. says:

    This book is Dedicated to the earth and the children who care Zephaniah B, p5 Let s get this straight There are some poems here that don t promote correct punctuation and grammar as the words are often phrased in Jamaican Patois It s also unconventional, strange and confusing in parts That said, this collection, strange as it is is quite charmi

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    The only reason I didn t give the book 5 stars is that there are a few poems I don t get Luckily there are only two or three of them so I can live with it The other poems I love I read and reread them over and over again and i still think they re brilliant So 5 stars for most2 stars for a few

  4. says:

    Love these poems.

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    This is a great read and will put a smile on your face You can really feel the rhythm of each poem, running through and that is what I enjoyed most about this collection of poetry Although there were some poems that I couldn t connect with, I feel that with this collection, the poems are meant to be read aloud instead of read Some of my favourites included Little Sist

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    A vibrant compendium of rhythmic poetry, this book is a fun read Zephaniah writes with a jovial Jamaican twang and illustrates with a creative typeface and playful images Politics, veganism and animals are prominent themes, touched upon with varying weight and humour Zephaniah s words provoke and invoke he challenges the reader to question societal ideals but also encourages

  7. says:

    I like the ryhmings better Although they were not quite good The rest are of personality poems, concerning with the poet.

  8. says:

    Talking Turkeys is a collection of poetry by Zephaniah who is a Jamaican children s poet The front cover of the book is highly engaging and colourful, Zephaniah is depicted with his arm around a turkey who is wearing Jamaican accessories This wacky image with engage and stimulate children to want to read the book, allowing them to gain confidence with this non standard form of poetry Zephani

  9. says:

    I absolutely love poetry and this love was sparked when I discovered Benjamin Zephaniah and his work I actually have my own signed copy of this book as I use to always attend live performances of Zephaniah performing his work, in which I would also bring my pile of his poetry books to The poem in this book talking turkeys may be my favourite Zephaniah po...

  10. says:

    I first discovered Benjamin Zephaniah when I was doing work experience in a year 5 classroom His Jamaican patois makes his poetry into a sort of rap and you can really hear the rhythm.He writes about what he wants to write and you can really get a sense of his personality and culture from what he writes.Some of his poems really resonated with me, for example, He s a Fox Hunter, he said We can tell from a va

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