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  • How to fly (in ten thousand easy lessons) : poetry

    By: Barbara Kingsolver

    “In her second poetry collection, Barbara Kingsolver offers reflections on the practical, the spiritual, and the wild.” —

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  • Make Me Rain: Poems & Prose

    By: Nikki Giovanni

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  • Dearly

    By: Margaret Atwood

    This collection of poems addresses themes such as love, loss, the passage of time, the nature of nature, and, zombies.

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  • Honey for You, Honey for Me : A First Book of Nursery Rhymes

    By: Michael Rosen

    The award-winning team behind ‘A Great Big Cuddle’ – two former UK Children’s Laureates – reunite to present a collection of nursery rhymes both familiar and rediscovered. Ages 3 to 7.

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  • Girls and Boys Come Out to Play

    By: Tracey Campbell Pearson

    Mother Goose invites children on a city block to come out and play and when they do, they meet some of her most famous nursery rhyme characters

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  • Maps for the Modern World

    By: Valerie June Hockett

    Maps for the Modern World is a collection of poems and original illustrations about cultivating community, awareness, and harmony with our surroundings as we move fearlessly toward our dreams.

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  • i am the rage

    By: Dr. Martina McGowan

    I Am the Rage is a poetry collection that explores racial injustice from the raw, unfiltered viewpoint of a Black woman in America. Dr. Martina McGowan is a retired MD, a mother, and a poet. Her poetry provides insights that no think piece on racism can; putting readers in the uncomfortable position of feeling, reflecting, and facing what it means to be a Black American. This entire collection was created during 2020, many shortly after the deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, to name but a few.

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  • The Hill We Climb: an Inaugural Poem for the Country

    By: Amanda Gorman

    “On January 20, 2021, Amanda Gorman became the sixth and youngest poet, at age twenty-two, to deliver a poetry reading at a presidential inauguration. Her inaugural poem, “The Hill We Climb,” is now available to cherish in this special edition.”

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  • No Voice Too Small

    By: Lindsay H. Metcalf

    Joseph Bruchac, Guadalupe Garcia McCall, and others present poems about young activists who have stepped up to make changes in their community and in the United States.

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