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- Anne Bradstreet, ‘The Author to Her Book’. Thou ill-formed offspring of my feeble brain, Who after birth didst by my side remain, Till snatched from thence by friends, less wise than true,
- John Keats, ‘On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer’. Much have I travell’d in the realms of gold, And many goodly states and kingdoms seen; Round many western islands have I been.
- Emily Dickinson, ‘There Is No Frigate Like a Book’. There is no Frigate like a Book. To take us Lands away. Nor any Coursers like a Page. Of prancing Poetry …
- Robert Louis Stevenson, ‘The Land of Story-Books’. These are the hills, these are the woods, These are my starry solitudes; And there the river by whose brink.
- Emily Dickinson: “There is no Frigate like a Book” (1263) The classic poem about the transcendent powers of reading. * There is no Frigate like a Book.
- Dylan Thomas: “Notes On The Art Of Poetry” A celebration of the sensory wonders found between the covers of books. * Notes On The Art Of Poetry. I could never have dreamt that there were such goings-on.
- William Butler Yeats: “Where My Books Go” From a writer to his readers. The love goes both ways. * Where My Books Go. ALL the words that I utter, And all the words that I write,
- Julia Donaldson: “I Opened a Book” Written by a children’s author, this poem about reading is quickly becoming a favorite for all ages. * I Opened a Book.
- There is no Frigate like a Book. By Emily Dickinson. To take us Lands away. Nor any Coursers like a Page. Of prancing Poetry.
- Old English Song - A Jolly Good Book. By Anonymous. Oh for a book and a shady nook, Either indoor or out; With the green leaves whispering overhead, Or the street cry all about.
- The Book-Worm. By C.W. Pearson. To heroes who on battlefields win fame. We do not grudge the lordly lion's name; Those who, insensible to others' cares,
- I Opened a Book. By Julia Donaldson.
Books. Helen H. Moore. If you read a few, then you'll know it's true: Books are good for you! Chefs read cook books, Pirates? "Hook" books! Little kids read lift-and-look books! We read books of poems and prose - Some of these and some of those. Read some too, and you'll agree, Books are good for you and me! Reading in Bed. Helen H. Moore. Oh ...
BookSpeak! Poems About Books by Laura Purdie Salas, illustrated by Josée Bisaillon Clarion Books, 2011 * ISBN: 978-0547223001 About the book: Poet Laura Purdie Salas is back with a collection of wild and weird, wacky and winsome poems about all the magic to be found on a single bookshelf. In BookSpeak!, each poem gives voice to a group that
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