Emily Dickinson is hailed as one of the founders of the American poetic voice — even though much of her work wasn't published until after her death. Her unique writing style and choice of content has made her a beloved author for generations. This Poetry for Young People collection brings us into the world of Emily Dickinson, where even the most ordinary things can turn magical.
In addition to a brief biography of Dickinson, this book includes more than 35 much-loved poems that are suitable for children, including “I'm nobody, who are you?”, "Hope is the thing with feathers," "I dwell in Possibility," and “I started early, took my dog." With vibrant illustrations, this book is the perfect way to introduce Dickinson's writing to middle grade readers.