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And the Crowd Goes Wild!: A Global Gathering of Sports Poems

Coming Soon!

The anthology, And the Crowd Goes Wild: A Global Gathering of Sports Poems, features the work of fifty children’s poets from around the world. From rock climbing to lacrosse, polo to ping-pong, and softball to soccer, this unique anthology pays joyous tribute to a wide spectrum of sports.The collection is co-edited by writers Carol-Ann Hoyte and Heidi Roemer, and contains poems by J. Patrick Lewis, Charles Ghigna, Laura Purdie Salas, Avis Harley, and many others. Look for Cathy’s poem, Rock n’ Rappel, in this book. It’s sure to be a slam dunk for readers ages 8 – 12.

And the Crowd Goes Wild!:
A Global Gathering of Sports Poems
 

Cathy’s writing has been published in the following books and magazines.

Ladybug, Ladybug and Other Favorite Poems Active Voices II

Ladybug, Ladybug
and Other Favorite Poems

Active Voices II 

 
Ladybug Magazine Highlights High Five Your Big Backyard
Ladybug Highlights High Five Hello Magazine Your Big Backyard

       
Turtle Magazine Hopscotch Magazine Wee Ones Magazine
Turtle Humpty Dumpty Hopscotch Wee Ones
       
Confetti Magazine U.S. Kids Magazine McGraw Hill Education

Confetti

U.S. Kids Magazine McGraw-Hill
Educational Testing
 
     
Text & illustrations from some of the poems:
The Beach Poem by Cathy Cronin Firefly poem by Cathy Cronin

The Beach
from Ladybug magazine
Copyright @ 2005
by Cathy Cronin
June 2005 issue

Firefly
from Ladybug magazine
Copyright @ 2005
by Cathy Cronin
July 2005 issue

 
Muddy Puddles poem by Cathy Cronin Sky Writer poem by Cathy Cronin My Hammock poem by Cathy Cronin

Muddy Puddles
from Ladybug magazine
Copyright @ 2004
by Cathy Cronin
August 2004 issue

Sky Writer
from Turtle magazine for preschoolers
Copyright @ 2003
by Children’s Better Health Institute,
Saturday Evening Post Society, Inc.,
Indianapolis, Indiana. Used by permission.

My Hammock
from Ladybug magazine
Copyright @ 2006
by Cathy Cronin
June 2006 issue

 

 
   
 
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