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Offered by Jett W. Whitehead Rare Books. New York : Limited Editions Club , First Edition. Original Art.

Fine in a close to Fine, faintly stained velvet-lined brown cloth clamshell box with a gilt-lettered leather label on the front. Dean Mitchell. There were copies of Angelou's book illustrated by Mitchell and published by the Limited Editions Club but only 90 copies of the portfolio of numbered and SIGNED color etchings of jazz musicians playing various instruments. Offered by Charles Agvent. The Colossus. First edition of Plath's first regularly published book. Plath met Luke Myers at Cambridge, where she and Myers were studying, and admired his poetry and fiction.

Offered by James S. Jaffe Rare Books. The Bell Jar First Edition. London: William Heinemann, Very Good. First edition, first printing. Near Fine with foxing to edges of page block on early pages and intruding into margins throughout, otherwise clean internally with straight binding and sharp spine gilt. In a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket with light wear to the extremities, foxing and toning to unprinted verso. Housed in a cranberry custom clamshell case, sunned at spine and edges. An excellent copy of the semi-autobiographical novel, published in the UK under the pseudonym Victoria Lucas eight years before its first American appearance.

It is now perhaps the single most iconic female coming-of-age story. Offered by Burnside Rare Books. November Boughs. Philadelphia: David McKay, First edition, first issue.

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Publisher's flexible dark red cloth boards, lettered in gilt. One of approximately special copies printed for Whitman for presentation binding A. Spine ends lightly worn, tear to lower with a minor repair, a few small spots, light offsetting to pastedowns and endpaper, else very good or better. BAL Notably, Whitman cites his magnum opus Leaves of Grass, acknowledging the public's lack of understanding of it, their outrage at its subject matter, and its failure to become a best-seller. The articles also reflect his views on society, namely his support of the working class and Native Americans, and lessons learned from his harrowing yet rewarding encounters working as a nurse during the American Civil War.

Published when he himself was turning 70 years old, the poems in November Boughs are grouped under the heading "Sands at Seventy. First Edition.. Hard Cover. The Dream Keeper and Other Poems.

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New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Very Good -. Helen Sewell. The stated 1st edition of Langston Hughes' 4th published book. Tight and VG- to VG in its light-blue cloth, with rubbing --and very light soiling-- at the panels, darkening along the spine and mild wear to the spine ends. A bit of staining as well at several page edges and light soiling thumb prints to a few pages. Former owner a renowned New York psychiatrist light pencil inscription on the front free endpaper.

Still though, very presentable. Poems by Emily Dickinson. Second Series. Boston: Roberts Brothers, First edition in the rare publisher's gift binding. Half white calf and floral patterned paper over boards with morocco gilt spine labels. Myerson's binding "C," variant noted by him with gathering "a" omitted.

A gorgeous book, bound to captivate middle grade readers and beyond. When the fifth graders discover their school will be closed, each student writes poems to include in a time capsule of their last year at Emerson Elementary. A terrific book for younger middle grade readers about finding your voice and fighting to make it heard. The poetry is powerful and speaks to the soul; her words are relatable and resonant.

The list of poetry books for young people coming out in is rich, diverse, and bound to capture the hearts of readers everywhere.

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I want a copy of each one, plus extras to give out to everyone I love. Among a Thousand Fireflies by Helen Frost, illustrated by Rick Lieder On a summer evening, just as the stars blink on, a firefly lands on a flower. Lights start to flash all around her — first one, then three, seven.

How will she find just one flash among them? And will he see her flash in return?

The Little Book of Mystic Poetry by Veer Kumar Singh

You get a brand-new perspective on the classics! And that is just what happens in Echo Echo, the newest collection of reverso poems from Marilyn Singer. Read one way, each poem tells the story of a familiar myth; but when read in reverse, the poems reveal a new point of view! Every Day Birds helps children identify and learn about common birds.

After reading Every Day Birds , families can look out their windows with curiosity—recognizing birds and nests and celebrating the beauty of these creatures! As readers meet a cow, a bee, a horse, a bird, a frog, a fish, a mouse, a cat, and a dog, they will be delighted to learn that they are the subject of the final poem.

Parents will appreciate the simple guide to understanding the haiku. Slickety Quick: Poems About Sharks by Skila Brown, illustrated by Bob Kolar From the enormous whale shark to the legendary great white to the enigmatic goblin shark to the small cookie-cutter shark, Slickety Quick is a delightful frenzy of shark mayhem. Mysterious species such as the camouflaged wobbegong and the elusive frilled shark share the waters with better-known blue and nurse sharks, each commemorated in a poem by Skila Brown and illustrated by Bob Kolar.

Sneaky shark facts ripple through each spread to further inform the brave and curious young reader intrigued by the power — and danger — of these amazing creatures. Not yet, Dude! Books are boring! Not this one! Bro and Dude have very different ideas about how to spend the day at the beach. What Are You Glad About? What Are You Mad About?


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Poems for When a Person Needs a Poem by Judith Viorst, illustrated by Lee White From the beloved and internationally bestselling author of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day , Judith Viorst comes a brand-new collection of clever, hilarious, and poignant poems that touch on every aspect of the roller-coaster ride that is childhood. Flowers blooming in sheets of snow make way for happy frogs dancing in the rain.

Summer swims move over for autumn sweaters until the snow comes back again. Trunk to Trunklet by Jorge Lujan, illustrated by Mandana Sadat May 10, This is a book about animal mommies and babies that is funny, lively, poetic, and deeply intriguing. The art was made using frottage, hand drawing, and computer techniques. McKneally to get kids talking about the science of food, the five food groups, and what a healthy meal looks like. Have you looked around? But by using the arrangement of the words on the page to convey the meaning of the poem, concrete or shape poems are also easy to write!

From the author of the incredibly inventive Lemonade: And Other Poems Squeezed from a Single Word comes another clever collection that shows kids how to look at words and poetry in a whole new way. The sun rises, ice melts, grass grows, seals squabble, whales sing, and young penguins slide, glide, and belly flop. Whimsical illustrations and additional facts accompany each poem to provide further details about the animals and the environment at the bottom of the world.


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  4. Night Guard by Synne Lea, illustrated by Stian Hole April 22, , Eerdmans Books for Young Readers Friendship, fear, loneliness — these are things that are universally experienced but difficult to describe. In this arresting poetry collection, Synne Lea explores these concepts and more through the thoughts and experiences of a family.

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    As the family members examine their connections with each other and the world around them, they gain a deeper appreciation of love and friendship and learn how to reach beyond the confines of their own isolation. Helping him along are his best friend and sometimes teammate Coby, and The Mac, a rapping librarian who gives Nick inspiring books to read.

    When Esquire magazine planned an issue to salute the American jazz scene in , graphic designer Art Kane pitched a crazy idea: how about gathering a group of beloved jazz musicians and photographing them? Could he pull it off? On that fateful day, Kai loses nearly everyone and everything he cares about.