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A Poem For Every Day of the Year is a magnificent collection of 366 poems compiled by Allie Esiri, one to share on every day of the year. Reflecting the changing seasons and linking to events on key dates - funny for April Fool's Day, festive for Christmas - these poems are thoughtful, inspiring, humbling, informative, quiet, loud, small, epic, peaceful, energetic, upbeat, motivating, and empowering! Perfect for reading aloud and sharing with all the family, it is bursting at the seams with familiar favourites and exciting new discoveries. T.S.Eliot, John Betjeman, Lewis Carroll, William Shakespeare and Christina Rossetti sit alongside Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes, Carol Ann Duffy, and Kate Tempest. This soul-enhancing book is the perfect gift that will last the whole year, with a little bit of magic to read every day.show more

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  • Hardback | 576 pages
  • 161 x 241 x 47mm | 881g
  • Pan MacMillan
  • MACMILLAN CHILDREN'S BOOKS
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Main Market Ed
  • 1509860541
  • 9781509860548
  • 641

Table of contents

Introduction - i: IntroductionUnit - 1: JanuaryChapter - 1: Promise - Jackie KayChapter - 2: Infant Joy - William BlakeChapter - 3: Poem for a New Year - Matt Goodfellow Chapter - 4: Lines Written by a Bear of Very Little Brain - A. A. MilneChapter - 5: from Twelfth Night - William ShakespeareChapter - 6: The Three Kings - Henry Wadsworth LongfellowChapter - 7: Dawn - Ella Wheeler WilcoxChapter - 8: Life - Charlotte BronteChapter - 9: The Pulley - George HerbertChapter - 10: Letter to N. Y. - Elizabeth BishopChapter - 11: Dust of Snow - Robert FrostChapter - 12: Occasional Poem - Jacqueline WoodsonChapter - 13: The Midnight Skaters - Roger McGoughChapter - 14: To Science - Edgar Allan PoeChapter - 15: from I Have a Dream - Martin Luther King, Jr.Chapter - 16: The Burial of Sir John Moore - Charles WolfeChapter - 17: from Elegy on Captain Cook - Anna SewardChapter - 18: January - William Carlos WilliamsChapter - 19: I'll Tell You How the Sun Rose - Emily DickinsonChapter - 20: Days - Philip LarkinChapter - 21: A Colossal Glossary - Paul MuldoonChapter - 22: Human Family - Maya AngelouChapter - 23: The Distance - Eleanor FarjeonChapter - 24: Friendship - Cole PorterChapter - 25: To a Mouse - Robert BurnsChapter - 26: Ballad of the Totems - Oodgeroo Noonuccal (Kath Walker)Chapter - 27: First They Came for the Jews - Martin NiemollerChapter - 28: Yonder See the Morning Blink - A. E. HousmanChapter - 29: from Romeo and Juliet - William ShakespeareChapter - 30: Rain - Spike MilliganChapter - 31: Peas - Anon.Unit - 2: FebruaryChapter - 1: Days - Tony MittonChapter - 2: from February - John ClareChapter - 3: A Giant Firefly - Kobayashi IssaChapter - 4: All That Is Gold Does Not Glitter - J. R. R. TolkienChapter - 5: Spellbound - Emily BronteChapter - 6: A Riddle - Jonathan SwiftChapter - 7: A Winter Bluejay - Sara TeasdaleChapter - 8: An Unusual Cat-Poem - Wendy CopeChapter - 9: It Was Long Ago - Eleanor FarjeonChapter - 10: Colouring In - Jan DeanChapter - 11: The Missile - Michael LeunigChapter - 12: Lift Every Voice and Sing - James Weldon JohnsonChapter - 13: Shrove Tuesday - Celia WarrenChapter - 14: Valentine - Wendy CopeChapter - 15: All You Need Is Love - John Lennon and Paul McCartneyChapter - 16: Lettuce Marry - Anon.Chapter - 17: It's No Use - SapphoChapter - 18: from The Great Lover - Rupert BrookeChapter - 19: Rainbow - John AgardChapter - 20: A Summing Up - Charles MackayChapter - 21: I Saw a Peacock with a Fiery Tail - Anon.Chapter - 22: The Little Mute Boy - Federico Garcia LorcaChapter - 23: There Is No Frigate Like a Book - Emily DickinsonChapter - 24: She Was Poor, But She Was Honest - Billy BennettChapter - 25: First Sight - Philip LarkinChapter - 26: The Poetry Grand National - Roger StevensChapter - 27: Love's Philosophy - Percy Bysshe ShelleyChapter - 28: In Tenebris - Ford Madox FordChapter - 29: My Heart Leaps Up - William WordsworthUnit - 3: MarchChapter - 1: from Under Milk Wood - Dylan ThomasChapter - 2: The Bright Field - R. S. ThomasChapter - 3: Extinct - Mandy CoeChapter - 4: Holi - Chrissie GittinsChapter - 5: The River in March - Ted HughesChapter - 6: Young Lambs - John ClareChapter - 7: To My Sister - William WordsworthChapter - 8: Warning - Jenny JosephChapter - 9: The Battle of the Sexes - Liz BrownleeChapter - 10: Remember - Christina RossettiChapter - 11: Mothering Sunday - George Hare LeonardChapter - 12: Human Affection - Stevie SmithChapter - 13: Here Comes the Sun - George HarrisonChapter - 14: Green Rain - Mary WebbChapter - 15: To Daffodils - Robert HerrickChapter - 16: Go and Catch a Falling Star - John DonneChapter - 17: Ich Am of Irlaunde - Anon.Chapter - 18: Meeting at Night - Robert BrowningChapter - 19: Historical Associations - Robert Louis StevensonChapter - 20: A Morning Song - Eleanor FarjeonChapter - 21: Spring - Christina RossettiChapter - 22: Spring - William BlakeChapter - 23: Sonnet 98 - William ShakespeareChapter - 24: The Frog and the Nightingale - Vikram SethChapter - 25: Today - Billy CollinsChapter - 26: I Remember, I Remember - Thomas HoodChapter - 27: Ballad of the Bread Man - Charles CausleyChapter - 28: I Watched a Blackbird - Thomas HardyChapter - 29: Loveliest of Trees, the Cherry Now - A. E. HousmanChapter - 30: The Cherry-Tree Carol - Anon.Chapter - 31: Easter Day - Oscar WildeUnit - 4: AprilChapter - 1: April Fool - Louis MacNeiceChapter - 2: The Walrus and the Carpenter - Lewis CarrollChapter - 3: The Jumblies - Edward LearChapter - 4: Who Killed Cock Robin? - Anon.Chapter - 5: First Word (After Helen Keller) - Rachel RooneyChapter - 6: The People of the Eastern Ice - Rudyard KiplingChapter - 7: from the Prologue to The Canterbury Tales - Geoffrey ChaucerChapter - 8: Home-Thoughts from Abroad - Robert BrowningChapter - 9: The Ballad of Semmerwater - William WatsonChapter - 10: Do Not Stand at my Grave and Weep - Mary Elizabeth FryeChapter - 11: In Time of `The Breaking of Nations' - Thomas HardyChapter - 12: Dear Yuri - Brian MosesChapter - 13: The Song of Wandering Aengus - W. B. YeatsChapter - 14: The Woods and Banks - W. H. DaviesChapter - 15: Ode to the Loss of the Titanic - Geoffrey HillChapter - 16: Will Ye No Come Back Again? - Carolina Oliphant, Lady NairneChapter - 17: from The Waste Land - T. S. EliotChapter - 18: Waste Land Limericks - Wendy CopeChapter - 19: Concord Hymn - Ralph Waldo EmersonChapter - 20: I Had a Dove - John KeatsChapter - 21: from The Old Vicarage, Grantchester - Rupert BrookeChapter - 22: The Woodspurge - Dante Gabriel RossettiChapter - 23: from Richard II - William ShakespeareChapter - 24: Incident of the French Camp - Robert BrowningChapter - 25: Robinson Crusoe's Wise Sayings - Ian McMillanChapter - 26: Into my Heart an Air that Kills - A. E. HousmanChapter - 27: o by the by - E. E. CummingsChapter - 28: Desiderata - Max EhrmannChapter - 29: Dancing with Life - Shauna Darling RobertsonChapter - 30: Facing It - Yusef KomunyakaaUnit - 5: MayChapter - 1: Verses said to be written on the Union - Jonathan SwiftChapter - 2: The Merry Month of May - Thomas DekkerChapter - 3: Tartary - Walter de la MareChapter - 4: Back in the Playground Blues - Adrian MitchellChapter - 5: The Song of the Banana Man - Evan JonesChapter - 6: Buckingham Palace - A. A. MilneChapter - 7: The Pobble Who Has No Toes - Edward LearChapter - 8: Impromptu on Charles II - John Wilmot, Earl of RochesterChapter - 9: What the teacher said when asked: What er we avin for geography, Miss? - John AgardChapter - 10: For my Niece - Kate TempestChapter - 11: from Doctor Faustus - Christopher MarloweChapter - 12: On a Lane in Spring - John ClareChapter - 13: The Lanyard - Billy CollinsChapter - 14: Rondeau - Leigh HuntChapter - 15: from The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock - T. S. EliotChapter - 16: Instructions - Neil GaimanChapter - 17: A Handsome Young Fellow Called Frears - Michael PalinChapter - 18: Matilda: Who Told Lies, and was Burned to Death - Hilaire BellocChapter - 19: Oranges and Lemons - Anon.Chapter - 20: The Mouse's Tale - Lewis CarrollChapter - 21: Friends - Polly ClarkChapter - 22: Today Is Very Boring - Jack PrelutskyChapter - 23: A Tragic Story - William Makepeace ThackerayChapter - 24: Buddha - Tony MittonChapter - 25: from The Ballad of Reading Gaol - Oscar WildeChapter - 26: Full Moon - Vita Sackville-WestChapter - 27: God's Grandeur - Gerard Manley HopkinsChapter - 28: I Am - John ClareChapter - 29: from Everest Climbed - Ian SerraillierChapter - 30: Life Doesn't Frighten Me - Maya AngelouChapter - 31: The Man He Killed - Thomas HardyUnit - 6: JuneChapter - 1: from Greensleeves - Anon.Chapter - 2: Bee! I'm Expecting You! - Emily DickinsonChapter - 3: from Childe Harold's Pilgrimage - George Gordon, Lord ByronChapter - 4: Coming - Charlotte Perkins GilmanChapter - 5: Balloons - Sylvia PlathChapter - 6: Song of the Dying Gunner AA1 - Charles CausleyChapter - 7: The Throstle - Alfred, Lord TennysonChapter - 8: A London Plane-Tree - Amy LevyChapter - 9: I Lost a World - the Other Day! - Emily DickinsonChapter - 10: My Shadow Robert - Louis StevensonChapter - 11: The End - A. A. MilneChapter - 12: On Turning Ten - Billy CollinsChapter - 13: The Pleasures of Friendship - Stevie SmithChapter - 14: The Battle of Naseby - Thomas Babington MacaulayChapter - 15: from Prayer Before Birth - Louis MacNeiceChapter - 16: Ecce Puer - James JoyceChapter - 17: The Way Things Are - Roger McGoughChapter - 18: from The Field of Waterloo - Sir Walter ScottChapter - 19: Father's Hands - Paul CooksonChapter - 20: Refugees - Brian BilstonChapter - 21: from A Midsummer Night's Dream - William ShakespeareChapter - 22: Recessional - Rudyard KiplingChapter - 23: The Land of the Bumbley Boo - Spike MilliganChapter - 24: The Fiddler of Dooney - W. B. YeatsChapter - 25: My Mother Saw a Dancing Bear - Charles CausleyChapter - 26: The Naming Of Cats - T. S. EliotChapter - 27: The Land of Blue - Laura MuchaChapter - 28: A Bird Came Down the Walk - Emily DickinsonChapter - 29: Originally - Carol Ann DuffyChapter - 30: Ulysses - Alfred, Lord Tennyson Unit - 7: JulyChapter - 1: Remembered More for His Beard Now - Philip ArdaghChapter - 2: Amelia Earhart - Mandy CoeChapter - 3: Solitude - Ella Wheeler WilcoxChapter - 4: For You O Democracy - Walt WhitmanChapter - 5: The Tables Turned - William WordsworthChapter - 6: Rain in Summer - Henry Wadsworth LongfellowChapter - 7: Checking Out Me History - John AgardChapter - 8: Miracles - Walt WhitmanChapter - 9: Travel - Edna St Vincent MillayChapter - 10: The Magic of the Mind - Clive WebsterChapter - 11: The Duel - Eugene FieldChapter - 12: Jerusalem (from Milton) - William BlakeChapter - 13: The Argument of His Book - Robert HerrickChapter - 14: La Belle Dame Sans Merci - John KeatsChapter - 15: Seven Times One: Exultation - Jean IngelowChapter - 16: Particle Poems: 3 - Edwin MorganChapter - 17: The School Boy - William BlakeChapter - 18: To You - Langston HughesChapter - 19: Harlem Hopscotch - Maya AngelouChapter - 20: Morning Song - Sara TeasdaleChapter - 21: Little White Lily - George MacDonaldChapter - 22: The Law of the Jungle - Rudyard KiplingChapter - 23: The Mermaid - Alfred, Lord TennysonChapter - 24: The Merman - Alfred, Lord TennysonChapter - 25: Annabel Lee - Edgar Allan PoeChapter - 26: Watching My Dog Sleep - Kate TempestChapter - 27: from Psalm 137Chapter - 28: `next to of course god america i' - E. E. CummingsChapter - 29: The Dug-Out - Siegfried SassoonChapter - 30: Heat - H. D. (Hilda Doolittle)Chapter - 31: A Flea and a Fly - Ogden NashUnit - 8: AugustChapter - 1: Casabianca - Felicia HemansChapter - 2: Casabianca (A Parody) - Spike MilliganChapter - 3: On the Grasshopper and Cricket - John KeatsChapter - 4: Minnie and Winnie - Alfred, Lord TennysonChapter - 5: Meg Merrilies - John KeatsChapter - 6: The Horses - Edwin MuirChapter - 7: The Meadow Mouse - Theodore RoethkeChapter - 8: from A Song About Myself - John KeatsChapter - 9: The Fairy School under the Loch - John RiceChapter - 10: I'd Love to Be a Fairy's Child - Robert GravesChapter - 11: Verses written to the Queen of England - Mary, Queen of ScotsChapter - 12: Manly Sports - Marion Bernstein Chapter - 13: Shakespeare at School - Wendy CopeChapter - 14: from Macbeth - William ShakespeareChapter - 15: from The Rime of the Ancient Mariner - Samuel Taylor ColeridgeChapter - 16: Musee des Beaux Arts - W. H. AudenChapter - 17: My Last Duchess - Robert BrowningChapter - 18: Don't Let That Horse - Lawrence FerlinghettiChapter - 19: And Death Shall Have No Dominion - Dylan ThomasChapter - 20: How Many Seconds in a Minute? - Christina RossettiChapter - 21: Say Not the Struggle Nought Availeth - Arthur Hugh CloughChapter - 22: Who Would True Valour See - John BunyanChapter - 23: The Rainy Day - Henry Wadsworth LongfellowChapter - 24: So, We'll Go No More a-Roving - George Gordon, Lord ByronChapter - 25: The Splendour Falls on Castle Walls (from The Princess) - Alfred, Lord TennysonChapter - 26: Fear No More the Heat o' the Sun - William ShakespeareChapter - 27: Trees - Mark HaddonChapter - 28: from The Task - William CowperChapter - 29: No More Auction Block - Anon.Chapter - 30: Blowin' in the Wind - Bob Dylan Chapter - 30: Fly Away, Fly Away Over the Sea - Christina RossettiUnit - 9: SeptemberChapter - 1: Bomber's Moon - Mike HardingChapter - 2: But I Can't - W. H. AudenChapter - 3: This is the House That Jack Built - Anon.Chapter - 4: Hornbeacon High - Sarah CrossanChapter - 5: Please Mrs Butler - Allan AhlbergChapter - 6: Reading the Classics - Brian PattenChapter - 7: The Lesson - Edward Lucie-SmithChapter - 8: An Attempt at Unrhymed Verse - Wendy CopeChapter - 9: Take a Poem - James CarterChapter - 10: Pleasant Sounds - John ClareChapter - 11: The Right Word - Imtiaz DharkerChapter - 12: The Red Wheelbarrow - William Carlos WilliamsChapter - 13: Plums - Gillian ClarkeChapter - 14: from Annus Mirabilis - John DrydenChapter - 15: The Mummy - Edwin MorganChapter - 16: Old Ironsides - Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.Chapter - 17: Harriet Tubman - Eloise GreenfieldChapter - 18: Joy - Hugo WilliamsChapter - 19: Prologue - Patience AgbabiChapter - 20: Ars Poetica - Archibald MacLeish Chapter - 21: Shut Not Your Doors to Me, Proud Libraries - Walt WhitmanChapter - 22: An Old Woman of the Roads - Padraic ColumChapter - 23: Digging - Edward ThomasChapter - 24: Autumn Fires - Robert Louis StevensonChapter - 25: Something Told the Wild Geese - Rachel FieldChapter - 26: Wild Geese - Mary OliverChapter - 27: The Railway Children - Seamus HeaneyChapter - 28: Barrier - Rachel RooneyChapter - 29: Autumn Rain - D. H. LawrenceChapter - 30: Thirty Days Hath September - Anon.Chapter - 10: OctoberChapter - 1: The Road Not Taken - Robert FrostChapter - 2: Moonlit Apples - John DrinkwaterChapter - 3: Crab-Apples - Imtiaz DharkerChapter - 4: Santa Filomena - Henry Wadsworth LongfellowChapter - 5: Autumn - T. E. HulmeChapter - 6: from The Tyndale BibleChapter - 7: from 1777 - Amy LowellChapter - 8: Thumbprint - Eve MerriamChapter - 9: Malala - Michaela MorganChapter - 10: Give - Simon Armitage Chapter - 11: Drummer Hodge - Thomas HardyChapter - 12: Lament of an Arawak Child - Pamela MordecaiChapter - 13: The Wild Swans at Coole - W. B. YeatsChapter - 14: William the Conqueror, 1066 - Anon.Chapter - 15: At Senlac Hill, 15 October 1066 - David HarmerChapter - 16: Not Only - Brian PattenChapter - 17: The Secret Song - Margaret Wise BrownChapter - 18: from Who Do You Think You Are? - Carl SandburgChapter - 19: Digging - Seamus HeaneyChapter - 20: Diary of a Church Mouse - John BetjemanChapter - 21: The Night at Trafalgar - Thomas HardyChapter - 22: The Village Blacksmith - Henry Wadsworth LongfellowChapter - 23: A Country Boy Goes to School - George Mackay BrownChapter - 24: Owl Poem - John HegleyChapter - 25: from Henry V - William ShakespeareChapter - 26: Love After Love - Derek WalcottChapter - 27: Paper Boats - Rabindranath TagoreChapter - 28: Western Wind, When Wilt Thou Blow? - Anon.Chapter - 29: Who Has Seen the Wind? - Christina RossettiChapter - 30: In the Dark, Dark Wood - Anon.Chapter - 31: from Hallowe'en - John Kendrick BangsUnit - 11: NovemberChapter - 1: from The Devil's Thoughts - Samuel Taylor ColeridgeChapter - 2: Television - Roald DahlChapter - 3: The First Men on Mercury - Edwin MorganChapter - 4: The Last Laugh - Wilfred OwenChapter - 5: Please to Remember - Walter de la MareChapter - 6: November Night - Adelaide CrapseyChapter - 7: The Dead - Rupert BrookeChapter - 8: The Leader - Roger McGoughChapter - 9: Here Dead We Lie - A. E. HousmanChapter - 10: The African Lion - A. E. HousmanChapter - 11: In Flanders Fields - John McCraeChapter - 12: Dreamers - Siegfried SassoonChapter - 13: An Irish Airman Foresees his Death - W. B. YeatsChapter - 14: My First Day at School - Michaela MorganChapter - 15: Sympathy - Paul Laurence DunbarChapter - 16: from Epitaphs of the War - Rudyard KiplingChapter - 17: Written with a Diamond on her Window at Woodstock - Elizabeth IChapter - 18: Tell as a Marksman - were forgotten - Emily DickinsonChapter - 19: Abraham Lincoln - Abraham LincolnChapter - 20: from The Prophet - Kahlil GibranChapter - 21: In Memoriam - E. A. MackintoshChapter - 22: Disabled - Wilfred OwenChapter - 23: Signs of the Times - Paul Laurence DunbarChapter - 24: Prayer for Earth - Myra Cohn Livingston Chapter - 25: Benediction - James BerryChapter - 26: Immigrant - Fleur AdcockChapter - 27: Nuns Fret Not at their Convent's Narrow Room - William WordsworthChapter - 28: Sonnet 116 - William ShakespeareChapter - 29: Sports Report - Gareth OwenChapter - 30: Sing me a Song of a Lad that is Gone - Robert Louis StevensonUnit - 12: DecemberChapter - 1: Rosa Parks - 1st December 1955 - Joseph CoelhoChapter - 2: Napoleon - Miroslav HolubChapter - 3: The Raven - Edgar Allan PoeChapter - 4: The Witch - Mary Elizabeth ColeridgeChapter - 5: Mary Celeste - Judith NichollsChapter - 6: On Raglan Road - Patrick KavanaghChapter - 7: The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner - Randall JarrellChapter - 8: Embarkation, 1942 - John JarmainChapter - 9: Some Questions You Might Ask - Mary OliverChapter - 10: Refugee Blues - W. H. AudenChapter - 11: Don't Quit - John Greenleaf WhittierChapter - 12: The Bells - Edgar Allan PoeChapter - 13: The Oxen - Thomas HardyChapter - 14: Antarctica - Derek MahonChapter - 15: little tree - E. E. CummingsChapter - 16: Forecasts - Jean KenwardChapter - 17: Christmas is Coming - Anon.Chapter - 18: The Computer's First Christmas Card - Edwin MorganChapter - 19: O Little Town of Bethlehem - Phillips BrooksChapter - 20: Winter-Time - Robert Louis StevensonChapter - 21: Puzzle - Philip WaddellChapter - 22: The Year's Midnight - Gillian ClarkeChapter - 23: Just Doing My Job - Clare BevanChapter - 24: Saturday Night at the Bethlehem Arms - Gareth OwenChapter - 25: I Saw a Stable - Mary Elizabeth ColeridgeChapter - 26: Reindeer Report - U. A. FanthorpeChapter - 27: Dear True Love - U. A. FanthorpeChapter - 28: from Paradise Lost - John MiltonChapter - 29: The Year - Ella Wheeler WilcoxChapter - 30: from The Tempest - William ShakespeareChapter - 31: Ring Out, Wild Bells (from In Memoriam) - Alfred, Lord TennysonIndex - ii: Index of First LinesIndex - iii: Index of Poets and Translators Acknowledgements - iv: Acknowledgementsshow more

About Allie Esiri

Allie Esiri, described in a Tatler profile as 'a poetry powerhouse', is a former English stage, film, and television actress, now a writer. Her iF Poems app was launched to great acclaim in November 2011 and was the Apple Editors' Choice All Time Favourite app. iF: A Treasury of Poems for Almost Every Possibility was published in 2012 and The Love Book in 2014. Her collection A Poem for Every Night of the Year was a phenomenal success with rave reviews and her next collection A Poem for Every Day of the Year is just as thoughtful and inspiring. Allie also organizes and hosts live poetry events and is on the advisory board for the Cheltenham Festival. A thousand people attended her event at the National Theatre! Zanna Goldhawk creates her illustrations from her seaside cottage in Cornwall. She takes huge inspiration from nature and animals, and has a mild obsession with colour and pattern (and coffee). Zanna studied illustration at the University of Gloucestershire, where she started her illustrated gifts and stationery business Papio Press with her husband. Now she splits her time between designing beautiful products and illustrating gorgeous books.show more

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Perfect for reading aloud and sharing with all the family. * Guardian * Allie Esiri's A Poem for Every Day of the Year has 366 great poems, whether a funny one for April Fool's Day, a festive one for Christmas or a moving one for World Refugee Day. It also teaches you about important events through the year. * The Week Junior * If you haven't picked up a volume of poetry since school, this is the perfect place to start. * The Pool * These poems are funny, thoughtful, inspiring, humbling, informative, quiet, loud, small, epic, peaceful, energetic, upbeat, motivating, and empowering!... It will prove a valuable resource for teachers, and a comprehensive anthology for home libraries. * Parents in Touch * [A] splendid new compendium... There is material for all ages. * The Herald *show more

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