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Experience Life in Poetry: Random Life Observations, Parenthood and Growing-up

by Shannon Sonneveldt  US United States

March 6, 2013   |    1,250 reads    |   0 comments

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Experience Life in Poetry (book image did not load)This is volume one in the Experience Life in Poetry series, a series that provides an inspirational and humorous look at life. Moments in life that make you laugh, cry, think, sigh or even make you angry. These are all moments and emotions you will experience in this series. This first volume focuses on random observations and thoughts, emotions involved in being a parent and those inherent in growing-up. I hope it makes you think or makes you feel.
This volume contains more than 80 poems organized in the following topics:
- Random Life Observations – these include random thoughts and observations experienced in life such as fishing (from the fish’s point of view), having a cold, nature, making memories, and more
- Parenthood From the Parent’s Perspective – this section contains expressions of joys, struggles, frustrations and fears felt by parents everywhere
- Growing-up From the Child’s Perspective – these include reflections on parents, peer pressure, high expectations, first loves and more
Enjoy your journey through life in poetry!

About The Author

Shannon Sonneveldt has almost 20 years experience in learning and development and through experience has learned best practices and the value of application and performance-based learning solutions. She has served as a facilitator, instructional designer, instructional design manager and project manager in the learning arena. For more than eight years Shannon has researched, designed, developed and facilitated virtual classroom learning solutions. She has trained both instructional designers and facilitators in multiple countries in both design and delivery of effective training in the... more

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