A Lucky Thing
Is it hard to write poetry? In an old barn, a girl sits at a table and writes poems. She notices the rooster and the weather vane and how, in unexpected ways, they have much in common. She writes about writing poetry. It’s not easy! Finally, in the late-night silence, “a small gray verse runs squeaking down one of the rafters/just as the moon floats in through the double barn door.” Discover fourteen extraordinary poems about the world around us—and the world within our imaginations—exquisitely illustrated with dreamlike images by a master painter.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JackieOttman - LibraryThing
A girl writes poems in her garage about the things she sees. A book of poems that inspire questions and thoughts about the world closely around us. Can inspire children to write about the things they see around them. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Gold_Gato - LibraryThing
Simple poetry from Alice Schertle and wonderful illustrations from Wendall Minor make this book a real treasure. It's an excellent way for parent and child to alternate readings and for the child to ... Read full review