A Child's Book of Poems

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Sterling Publishing Company, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 116 pages
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William Blake, Kate Greenaway, Emily Dickinson: the writers in this charming anthology of 200 poems--first published in 1969--are among literature’s most beloved. And Gyo Fujikawa’s appealing illustrations depict children of all races sweetly interacting, as well as an engagingly rendered menagerie of animals and the natural world in all its wonderment. Among the verses that children will love are Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s "Christmas Bells,” Lewis Carroll’s "The Melancholy Pig,” and Eugene Fields’ "Wynken, Blynken, and Nod,” along with proverbs, limericks, nursery rhymes, and folk songs.

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Great Value for a TON of Poems; Very Happy with Purcahse

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This will be a fun book to read to our kids when they get a little older. I can't comment on the literary quality of the poems necessarily, because I have yet to read through them. However, I'm very ... Read full review

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My favorite hurt no living thing, a must have, book of poems for children, behind each text, there is a lesson to be taught as hurt no living thing.


The Sugarplum Tree
The Grasshopper and the Elephant
The Fairies
What Does Little Birdie Say?
Who Has Seen the Wind?
Santa Claus and the Mouse
A Boys Song
How Marigolds Came Yellow
My Fairy
Merry Autumn Days
The Snails Dream

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