Joyful Noise Characters

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Insect Speciesappears in All poems

Each poem features a different species or a few specific species of insects. Therefore, insects, as a whole are the largest, and only characters in this book. Insects commonly found around human society are given human characteristics and feelings to aid young readers in finding a connection between themselves and the insect world around them. These human personalities help to explain why certain species act the way they do. Most often, the insects lives seem to be very chaotic and hectic, which resembles the lives of most humans. They rush around all day, constantly at work, with some important purpose in mind.

Although most of the poems focus on the actions of the insects, the poet also shows the relationships that insects have with each other and the world around them. Like humans, insects seem to know how to love, doubt, and even detest...

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