Joyful Noise Topics for Discussion

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Why might the poet have chosen insects as his subject matter? What might have led him to choose these types of insects? After reading these poems, how has your opinion of insects been altered? Why?

Why might the poet have chosen to have two speakers read his poems in unison? How does this affect the poems as a whole? How do these poems compare to poems that have only one speaker? Which type of poems do you prefer, those with one speaker or two? Why?

There are many insect species described in this book. After reading these poems, to which species do you feel most connected? Why? How has this book changed your attitude toward this species? Why?

The insects described in this book have varying personalities and characteristics. Which species seem to be the most like humans, based on these poems? How are...

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