Dear Treefrog, the latest poetry picture book of Joyce Sidman, reveals beautiful glimpses of a young girl’s life who moves into a new home in a new place where she encounters a tree frog among the tangled green leaves and gets attached to him at the first glance. The illustration work by Diana Sudyka is undoubtedly stellar and will be loved by the children.
A poetic collection accompanied by a glowing portrayal of nature and dreams is the so-called Dog Dreams. In tunning his poetry with flashy imagery, the poet is simply perfect.
Michael has maneuvered the level of intricacy and profundity in his poems from starting to the end dexterously. Poems in The Lamps of History exemplify that poet is a logophile and is adept with a prodigious lexicon. Subtle illusions and insights are phenomenal throughout the book.
The poems in “the poems: 2020” induce multifarious emotions through his restless poetic structuring of an authentic and glooming range of emotions that reflect light on the reality of life.
Luisa brings her signature sharp, shrewd, exquisite language about her personal and family histories and marks how immigration leads to world-wide revolution.
Ren’s latest poetic collection The Elephants Have Been Singing All Along showcases different phases through which a body goes and tends to suffer and enjoy the various elements
Steen’s Dream Passages leaves behind a vivid description of nature, home, beach, window and garden. The poems include impressions of common household items which adds more simplicity and relatability to the reading.
They are an assembly of words called on to negotiate the fine line between succumbing to life’s onslaughts and prevailing over them.