Teaching Haiku

After taking a little break, I have just signed a new contract with Crimson Cloak Publishing for my picture book, Happy Haiku, and I couldn’t be more pleased. It will re-appear on Amazon soon! Happy Haiku has been used by junior grade teachers as a teaching tool to introduce haiku into the classroom.

Speaking of teaching tools, I am thrilled to say that Cyberwit.net will soon be publishing my book of Japanese short form poetry (haiku, senryu and haibun) for grades 6-12. There is a huge void in the contemporary haiku market for relevant poems for that age group. I’ll post again as soon as it becomes available.

I’ll leave you with a helpful hint for teaching haiku! The plural of haiku….is still haiku!

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      1. Huge congratulations! So thrilled Happy Haiku is back on Amazon, it’s fantastic for children learning all about haiku!

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        1. Thank you so much, Emma. It should be back up on Amazon soon…can’t wait. Hope you had a great Canada Day!!

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  1. I used to introduce haiku to my students. They all loved writing them. I wish your books had been available for me to use then. Best wishes. I have missed you!

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    1. Mary! Thank you so much for this sweet comment! I miss you, too. Happy Canada Day!

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