HIGH PRAISE This outstanding anthology of English poetry has received acclaim from all quarters, or at least sixths. Here is what the commentators have had to say: aThis is, to the poetry of the English language, a seuss of an introduce.a Dr. Zeus aI liked the art most.a A sixth grade student who wishes to remain anonymous aWe have found this book invaluable in its presentation to our young, green students of the poetry of the Earth-English language.a The United Teacheras Association of Mars aIf somewhat tendentious and euphuistic, this summary, though written for children, is an invaluable aide-memoir to nonagenarians and over wishing to catch up on what they have forgotten of English poetry.a Whoam Eye, President of the Centenarian Society aMiau, purr, miow, purr.a Dewey, a big white cat, sitting on my keys aUnlike iron, which abends and bows, a poetry both knows and grows, as this book shows.a The United Union of Ironmongers, Foundry Workers and Sixth Grade TeachersThe Maclay Sixth Grade Collegiate Poetry Course Charles E. Moore ... for being an excellent student, which does not mean you necessarily have to get great grades all the time, but that you try hard, work hard, ... As the poem implies, it is a place remote and beautiful, quiet and far from the sound and strife of bustling cities.
|Title||:||Listen, My Children|
|Author||:||Charles E. Moore|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2013-02-08|