Reviewku: Plunder! Middle Grade
Haiku Book Reviews
REVIEWKU is collection of book reviews written in with the syllabic rules of Haiku (5/7/5 syllables per line), followed by “Nitty Gritty” book specific details including but not limited to: age range, genre, point of view (POV), theme, style, voice, setting. From pirates to mermaids to boats to ships to oceans to lakes to shores… enjoy these Pirate Reviewkus, mateys!
• This page features Reviewkus of the PLUNDER! (Pirate! Poetry! Everything else!) nature in the category MIDDLE GRADE.
BROTHERLY JEALOUSY, BROTHERLY LOVE
Free verse Bible, free
boy now. Two voices, two dads.
Two journeys. God. Faith.read more
1932 TRUTHS STILL TRUE TODAY
Fun froth to storm pain.
Music, melody. Blues, truth.
Diverse characters.read more
CITY/COUNTRY, BLACK/WHITE, WHO DID WHAT AND WHY?
City boy. Local
girl. Murder. Accusations.
Color barriers.read more
DARK AGES IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Poems or plays? Read
silently or act out? Yes!
Speaking history.read more
HAIKU FOR BOYS — AND MAYBE A FEW GIRLS TOO
Playful, pithy thoughts.
Natures changing moods for guys.
Seasonal humor.read more
WRITING DOWN THE WORDS – A CLASS ASSIGNMENT
Teacher, boy, letters.
Poetry history, rules.
Comments, questions, learnread more
WHY CAN’T EVERYONE JUST STAY THE SAME?
Run, run, thump, thump, Mom.
Baby, baby, new baby?
Come back Grandpa. Max?read more
TWO SIDES TO EVERY STORY
Hidden words, lost girl.
Carjacking, kidnapping – oops!
Happy ending – yay!read more
BROKEN ONE, HALF AND HALF, TRANSLATOR, REDEEMER
Pirates. Captured. Ransomed. Saved.
Sinking ship. Mercy.read more
DIFFERENT BUT THE SAME
Run from Vietnam.
Sweet papayas; schoolyard taunts.
New state of normal.read more