Author of the award-winning Letterbox Cat, Paula Green's bright new poems have grown out of titles collected from her fans: the children who follow her online at Poetry Box and curl up inside the covers of her books. These poems dash and dart, whisper and purr tell... read more
|Author:||Esperanza Ramirez-Christensen; Tracy Gallup (Illustrator)|
My First Book of Haiku Poems introduces children to inspirational works of poetry and art that speak of our connection to the natural world, and that enhance their own natur... read more
Eccentric and charming, Mutzig the Clown Cat is the first ever book by Peter Wells. In 1981 he made 30 copies of this book by hand to celebrate a stray cat that wandered into his life and took over his heart. A small art book, tactile and inviting, with drawings by the author.
Juan Felipe Herrera, the first Mexican-American Poet Laureate in the USA, is sharing secrets: how to turn your wonder at the world around you into weird, wild, incandescent poetry. Can you walk and talk at the same time? How about Jabber Walk? Can you write and draw and walk and... read more
This is a wonderfully witty collection of stories and rhyming nonsense from author and artist team, Margaret Majy and Quentin Blake. Lots of fun!
"It's lovely rice pudding for dinner again!"
Milne's poetry effortlessly transports the reader into a child's mind, with its wonders, tantrums and frustration at adults who seriously think rice pudding is appealing. Readers will remember these poems from their ow... read more
|Author:||Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Edited by Fraqnces Schoonmaker|
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was an American educator and poet. Here are twenty-seven complete or excerpted poems by this remarkable writer, together with information about his life. Schoonmaker's careful selection and meticulous editing and ... read more