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Classic Treasury of Best-Loved Children's Poems

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Imaginative artwork from best-selling illustrator Penny Dann adds a touch of whimsy to this collection of classic poetry for children from William Wordsworth, Edward Lear, Christina Rossetti, Rudyard Kipling, Robert Louis Stevenson, and many other writers. Children aged 4 to 8 will discover the magic of rhyme as they read forty-eight short poems, sure to spark their ...more
Hardcover, 56 pages
Published January 3rd 2005 by Running Press Kids (first published January 2nd 2005)
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Tess North
Oct 11, 2009 Tess North rated it liked it
This poetry book is a compilation/anthology of various works of classic children's poems. Each poem holds an individual theme, but the publisher organized them by animals, lullabies, and silly tales. It's a sweet book. Though, some of the poems seem a bit too adult for a younger child to understand, they are sentimental and sweet in nature, reminds me of grandma!
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