Sometimes When It Rains
- Circle of Literacy. Roy, Loriene // American Libraries;Dec2007, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p6
The article discusses a variety of issues related to reading. It highlights the views of storyteller Gcina Mhlophe on literacy. It describes the attitude and interests of children toward reading. It also offers information on the Gathering of Readers Web site, available at...
- Stories of Africa (Book). Jones, Trevelyn E.; Toth, Luann; Charnizon, Marlene; Grabarek, Daryl; Larkins, Jeanne; Gallagher, Genevieve // School Library Journal;Oct2004, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p146
Reviews the book "Stories of Africa," by Gcina Mhlophe.
- African Tales: A Barefoot Collection. Goodwin, Prue // School Librarian;Spring2010, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p36
The article reviews the book "African Tales: A Barefoot Collection," by Gcina Mhlophe and Rachel Griffin.
- African Tales: A Barefoot Collection. Christolon, Blair // School Library Journal;Jan2010, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p124
The article reviews the book "African Tales: A Barefoot Collection," by Gcina Mhlophe.
- Reading Rhymes. // Scholastic News -- Edition 3;4/4/2003, Vol. 59 Issue 21, p3
Reports on the activities on poetry to be held by different institutions in the U.S. in April 2003.
- MY CASELOAD IS BIGGER THAN YOURS. // Community Care;8/18/2011, Issue 1873, p12
The poem "Caseload 40," is presented. First Line: I've got a caseload that's bigger than yours; Last Line: Caseload is bigger than yours.
- A road less traveled. McManus, P.F. // Outdoor Life;Dec88, Vol. 182 Issue 6, p110
Opinion. The author humorously discusses his admiration of poet Robert Frost and how he, too, believes in taking the road less traveled by.
- Most Neuropathies Are Idiopathic. Howe, James // Journal of Religion & Health;Sep2010, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p393
The poem Most Neuropathies Are Idiopathic" by James Howe is presented. First Line: Most neuropathies are idiopathic; Last Line: it too would be worn away and gone.
- A Call to the Others. Ferrell, Arielle // Journal of Religion & Health;Sep2010, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p391
The poem "A Call to Others" by Arielle R. L. Ferrell is presented. First Line: We are out there; Last Line: But we are out there.