- At Grandparents'. Gritsman, Andrey // Chaffin Journal;2006, p42
Presents the poem "At Grandparents'," by Andrey Gritsman. First Line: It was called Brovkin Home, after a burly kypets, who owned the tenements, Last Line: going west.
- Grandparent Poems (Book). Dow, Sally R.; Jones, Trevelyn E.; Toth, Luann; Charnizon, Marlene; Grabarek, Daryl; Larkins, Jeanne // School Library Journal;Mar2004, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p197
Reviews the book "Grandparent Poems," by John Micklos Jr.
- Grandparents Poems. Gould, Barbara T. // Catholic Library World;Dec2005, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p178
The article reviews the book "Grandparent Poems," edited and compiled by John Miklos Jr., illustrated by Layne Johnson.
- FROM THE SUNSET MAKER: Nostalgia and Complaint of the Grandparents. Justice, Donald // Donald Justice: New & Selected Poems;1997, p156
The poem "Nostalgia and Complaint of the Grandparents," by Donald Justice is presented. First Line: Our diaries squatted, toad-like, Last Line: Much anymore.
- Summer Nights at My Grandparents'. Barbare, Danny P. // Pennsylvania Literary Journal;Jun2009, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p5
The article presents the poem "Summer Nights at My Grandparents'," by Danny P. Barbare. First Line: Sitting on the wicker couch on; Last Line: waddles along the worn carpet.
- I Never Knew My Grandparents (Poem). Malins, Ruth // Anthology of New England Writers;2004, Vol. 16, p16
Presents the poem "I Never Knew My Grandparents," by Ruth Malins.
- The Grandparent Poem : Self-Reflection in a Smoky Mirror. Castro, Michael // Jewish American Poetry;2000, p48
The article presents the poem "The Grandparent Poem: Self-Reflection in a Smoky Mirror" by Michael Castro, along with the commentary in which the poet talks about his grandparents. He says that whenever he attempted to picture his grandparent he found images of smoke suggesting the connection to...
- Whose Baby? A Brief Introduction to Grandparents. Nash, Ogden // Saturday Evening Post;7/16/1960, Vol. 233 Issue 3, p32
Presents the poem "Whose Baby? A Brief Introduction to Grandparents," by Ogden Nash. First Line: You are truly a kindly person, your misanthropy; Last Line: out window.
- BOOKS BY NEA MEMBERS. // NEA Today;Apr2004, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p61
Reviews three books. "Texts and Tests: Teaching Study Skills Across Content Areas," by Rona F. Flippo; "Grandparent Poems," compiled by John Micklos Jr., illustrated by Layne Johnson; "Paris by Bistro: A Guide to Eating Well," by Christine Graf and Dennis Graf.