In 1998 The British Haiku Society invited every school in Britain and Northern Ireland to send poems written by their students for their consideration, so they might judge how well their Haiku Teaching Kits were doing. The result was this charming volume (1999).
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Haiku featured in the Book of the Week Archive are selected by Jim Kacian, and are used with permission.
My orange cat brought me a present A broken bird. — Claire Andrade (age 6)Twelve o’clock green goo and brown mush — glad I have packed lunch. — Paul Sunman (11)Newsagent’s nightmare — magazines being read but not being bought. — Jonathan Hubble (10)My varnished toenails glitter like midnight stars hidden in dark blue shoes. — Samantha Brown (11)people on the beach a woman in the deep sea laughing and talking — Robert Teagle (10)As it waddles along the ice floor snow falls on the penguin — Louise Hale (7)