Been to Yesterdays: Poems of a Life - eBook
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Been to Yesterdays: Poems of a Life - eBook  -     By: Lee Bennett Hopkins

Been to Yesterdays: Poems of a Life - eBook

Wordsong / 2021 / ePub

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Been to Yesterdays: Poems of a Life by Lee Bennett Hopkins, is written with emotionally charged autobiographical poems, that capture a boy's feelings and aspirations in the tumultuous period of his life during the 1950's. Living through painful events such as his parents' divorce, and his unstable homelife, he clings to the memory of his beloved grandmother, and his hope to become a writer. Ages 8-12. Ebook Edition

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Title: Been to Yesterdays: Poems of a Life - eBook
By: Lee Bennett Hopkins
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Wordsong
Publication Date: 2021
ISBN: 9781635928501
ISBN-13: 9781635928501
Ages: 8-12
Stock No: WW117914EB

Publisher's Description

Growing up in the 1950s, young Lee Bennett Hopkins faced the painful events of his parents' divorce, an unstable homelife, and a hand-to-mouth existence. Through it all, he clung to the memory of his beloved grandmother and his hope of becoming a writer. In these emotionally charged autobiographical poems, the author captures a boy's feelings, experiences, and aspirations in the tumultuous period of his life.

Author Bio

Lee Bennett Hopkins was a poet and anthologist who was honored with the Christopher Award, the University of Southern Mississippi's Medallion for "lasting contributions to children's literature," and the NCTE Award for Excellence in Poetry for Children.

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"This autobiographical cycle of poems is a rare gift, a careful exploration of one life that illumines the lives of all who read it." —School Library Journal, starred review

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