Alphabestiary: Animal Poems from A to Z
Wordsong/Boyds Mills Press, Jan 1, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
The scribes of the middle ages celebrated real & fabled animals in a book called a bestiary. Now Jane Yolen has assembled an outstanding collection of poems about creatures great & small, creating a bestiary for children of today. From A to Z, the poems sing the praises of ants & anteaters, iguanas & kookaburras, woodpeckers, & zebras. The list of poets is impressive: classic writers such as Beatrix Potter, Christina Rossetti, Robert Louis Stevenson, Emily Bronte; & modern masters like John Ciardi, Theodore Roethke, Isak Dinesen, Jack Prelutsky, Jane Yolen, & many others. With bold & witty illustrations by Allan Eitzen, this entertaining bestiary will delight any child who loves animals or the alphabet.
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