The Usborne Book of Poetry For Children by
  

The Usborne Book of Poetry For Children

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Part of the Nursery Rhymes and Poetry Series

5+ readers   7+ readers   

RRP £15.99

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Age 5+ A beautiful collection of poetry to lose yourself in and to treasure for life. The wonder of the words is superbly complemented by some stunning illustrations.

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Synopsis

The Usborne Book of Poetry For Children by

Featuring a selection of work from various poets including Shakespeare, Byron, Ted Hughes and Wendy Cope, alongside poetry by Sam Taplin. This book includes poems which cover different themes and moods, and are chosen to show children how inspiring, powerful and magical poems can be. It is illustrated by Kristina Swarner.

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Format

Hardback
128 pages

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Publisher

Usborne Publishing Ltd

Publication date

28th September 2007

ISBN

9780746084151

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