Poetry for Kids: Robert Frost is a collection to be read, experienced, and treasured!
Whether capturing a cold New England winter's evening, or the beauty of an old, abandoned house, four-time Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Robert Frost left an indelible mark on our consciousness. This stunning celebration of his best-loved work includes 35 poems specially chosen for children ages 8 to 14.
Illustrator Michael Paraskevas brings the poems to life with illustrations that are infused with majestic color and quiet simplicity. Poems include "Mending Wall," "Birches," "The Road Not Taken," "Fire and Ice," and "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening,"
This gentle introduction also includes commentary, definitions of key words, and an introduction to the poet's life.
48 pages, hardcover.
These deceptively simple lines from the title poem of this collection suggest Robert Frost at his most representative: the language is simple, clear and colloquial, yet dense with meaning and wider significance. Drawing upon everyday incidents, common situations and rural imagery, Frost fashioned poetry of great lyrical beauty and potent symbolism.
Robert Frost's poetry still speaks to the soul. This 100th anniversary edition of "The Road Not Taken and Other Poems" features the classics from "A Boy's Will", "North of Boston" and "Mountain Interval." Introduction by David Orr. This Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition features an elegant softcover with a design of orange-brown oak leaves and acorns. 115 pages, deckled edges, French flaps.
Illustrations by Susan Jeffers perfectly portray the stanzas in Robert Frost's classic poem Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening. White woods, towns, and snowflakes play up the warmth of colors on the man's plaid jacket and sleigh blanket. A perfect way to snuggle up a cold night, and introduce young children to the beauty of Frost's poetry! Hardcover with frosted-translucent dust jacket. Approximately 8.75" x 7.25".
A Boy's Will contains sharply observed impressions of New England rural life, it includes such poems as Into My Own, Asking for Roses, Spoils of the Dead and Reluctance. North of Boston, followed in 1914 containing several of Frost's finest and best-known works: Mending Wall, After Apple-Picking, and The Death of the Hired Man.
This volume presents Frost's first three books, masterful and innovative collections that contain some of his best known poems.
Robert Frost (1874-1963) described himself as having 'a lover's quarrel with the world,' and to this quarrel he brought a poetic consciousness and craft as powerful as any in the history of literature. His lyrics, dramatic monologues, and narratives, all of which are steeped in the wayward and isolated beauty of his native New England, stand like great, runic monuments at the center of America's inner life.
A proven bestseller time and time again, Robert Frost's Poems contains all of Robert Frost's best-known poems-and dozens more-in a portable anthology. Here are "Birches," "Mending Wall," "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," "Two Tramps at Mudtime," "Choose Something Like a Star," and "The Gift Outright," which Frost read at the inauguration of John F. Kennedy." An essential addition to every home library, Robert Frost's Poems is a celebration of the New England countryside, Frost's appreciation of common folk, and his wonderful understanding of the human condition. These classic verses touch our hearts and leave behind a lasting impression.