Everyone Sang: A Poem for Every Feeling (Hardback)William Sieghart (editor), Emily Sutton (illustrator)
Themed around different feelings, this exquisite anthology from the curator of The Poetry Pharmacy collects iconic works by everyone from Emily Dickinson to Maya Angelou to help celebrate wonderful moments and get you through difficult times, accompanied by gorgeous illustrations from Emily Sutton.
This exquisite gift-book contains over a hundred poems, chosen by creator of the bestselling The Poetry Pharmacy, William Sieghart, and illustrated in sensational style by picture-book star Emily Sutton. Divided into four thoughtfully-curated sections, including Poems to Make You Smile, Poems to Move You, Poems to Give You Hope and Poems to Calm and Connect You, the poems originate from an extraordinary and diverse range of sources, from Maya Angelou to A.A. Milne, Lemn Sissay, Jackie Kay, Carol Ann Duffy, Joseph Coelho, Kae Tempest, W.B. Yeats, Christina Rossetti and Emily Dickinson, among many others.
Combining traditional favourites with recent gems, here are poems to delight, inspire, entertain, intrigue, console and uplift readers of all ages.
Publisher: Walker Books Ltd
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 1350 g
Dimensions: 295 x 270 x 23 mm
'Complimented by exquisite art from Sutton' - The Bookseller
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William Sieghart has created the most wonderful collection of poems aimed at children but also perfect for any poetry lover.
From Jackie Kay to Roald Dahl, from Spile Milligan to Benjamin Zephaniah it is a wonderful... More
“Recommend reading this beautiful poetry book. Inside poems for everyone ”
I absolutely love poetry and was over the moon with inside this beautiful large hardback, the delightful illustrations by Emily Sutton and lots of brilliant poems written by lots of different writers. Some of the... More
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