Tomorrow Is Beautiful (Hardback)Sarah Crossan (author)
A soothing dose of lyrical excellence, this lovingly curated collection brings together classic verse from the likes of Emily Dickinson and Walt Whitman alongside the work of contemporary poets, perfect for lifting the spirits.
Sometimes it's hard to find the right words. This poetry anthology provides the antidote, offering calm, hope and peace to all. Focusing on positivity, this is the perfect collection to dip into whenever you need a boost.
Containing a selection of classic poems from Langston Hughes, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson and Christina Rossetti, as well as contemporary poems chosen by Sarah Crossan - the go-to verse novelist in the UK - this beautiful book will lift your spirits time and time again. An essential read and the perfect gift for anyone in need of comfort, joy and hope. For fans of The Poetry Pharmacy and Poems to Live Your Life By.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 404 g
Dimensions: 198 x 153 mm
This poetry anthology speaks of hope and wellbeing, offering light in the darkness without – and this distinction is vital – pretending that the darkness doesn’t exist … What a joy of a book this is. To paraphrase Wendy Cope: I love it. I’m glad it exists. - Irish Times
The stunning poetry collection Tomorrow is Beautiful, edited by Sarah Crossan (Bloomsbury, £12.99), is perfect company for anyone needing a bit of comfort as the colder, darker seasons set in. Featuring a mix of classic and contemporary poets, plus brand new poetry by Crossan herself, the collection focuses on finding light in dark times. Readers are encouraged to engage with the poems on a personal level, as the pages have space for annotation as well as commentary from Crossan on why each poem was selected. A delightful collection, with a variety of styles that will provide calm, comfort and joy to a range of readers. - Scotsman
Impossible not to read it in a single gulp - The Times on TOFFEE
Compelling and beautifully wrought - Sunday Times on TOFFEE
A book that changes its reader for the better - Guardian on TOFFEE
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