A Family of Poems: My Favorite Poetry for Children

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Caroline Kennedy
Disney-Hyperion, Sep 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 144 pages
52 Reviews
Caroline Kennedy has chosen a rich variety of Kennedy family favorite poems to include in this priceless collection. With thoughtful personal introductions written by Caroline herself, and beautiful new original artwork by award-winning artist, Jon J Muth, this collection is sure to become a family favorite for years to come.

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The artwork in this book is wonderful! - Goodreads
The pictures are delightful too. - LibraryThing
What struck me the most are the illustrations. - Goodreads
The poetry and illustrations are beautiful. - Goodreads
Colorful pictures add to the appeal. - Goodreads
... our daughter loves the colorful pictures! - Overstock.com

Review: A Family of Poems: My Favorite Poetry for Children

User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

A Family of Poems - My Favorite Poetry for Children is an especially fine collection of poetry. Caroline was raised with poems. She was encouraged to write them, to illustrate them, to choose a ... Read full review

Review: A Family of Poems: My Favorite Poetry for Children

User Review  - Catherine Rose - Goodreads

Fantastic book! A great range of authors. It also had a broad range of levels. Most were pretty accessible to kids, but there were a few that were tough for even me to follow. I like that type of ... Read full review

About the author (2005)

Caroline Kennedy is the editor of eight New York Times bestselling books on American history, politics, constitutional law and poetry, including She Walks in Beauty: A Woman's Journey Through Poems and A Family of Poems.

Jon J Muth is the author and artist of the New York Times best-seller and Caldecott Honor book, Zen Shorts. He has illustrated many award-winning books, including another New York Times best-seller, A Family of Poems, by Caroline Kennedy He is also the writer and illustrator of The Three Questions, which the New York Times called "quietly life changing.

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