The golden treasury of poetry

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Golden Press, 1959 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 324 pages
5 Reviews
An illustrated collection of over 350 English and American poems, about animals, people, famous events, the seasons, and Christmas, and including nonsense verse, inspirational lines, and wisdom in rhyme.

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Review: The Golden Treasury of Poetry

User Review  - Stephen - Goodreads

As an anthology of poetry for children reading-aloud-to age who might move on to enjoying it alone this can be compared favorably to an earlier anthology, All The Silver Pennies on which I was weaned ... Read full review

Review: The Golden Treasury of Poetry

User Review  - Jess Middelberg - Goodreads

I decided to read this book because, in all honesty, it was the first poetry book i could find in my house. This completes the category 'A book of poetry'. I enjoyed this category because I do not ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
8
Seven Times One Jean Ingelow
14
Questions at Night Louis Untermeyer
20
Copyright

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About the author (1959)

Joan Anglund Walsh is the author and illustrator of books for all ages. Her illustrations feature round faced characters with no mouths. Her first title was "A Friend is Someone Who Likes You." This along with her other titles have been published worldwide in more than 12 languages. She has been honored by the Lincoln Academy of Illinois for her contribution to art and literature. She currently resides in Connecticut.