Emily Dickinson's Letters to the World

by Jeanette Winter | Children's Books | This book has not been rated.
ISBN: 0374321477 Global Overview for this book
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A captivating introduction to Emily Dickinson

The poet Emily Dickinson was unknown and mostly unpublished during her lifetime (1830–86). When she died, her sister, Lavinia, discovered the 1,775 poems Emily Dickinson left behind – her “letters to the world.” Jeanette Winter tells the story of the discovery of these poems and has selected twenty-one that speak most directly to children, surrounding them with vibrant paintings.

With a specifically designed typeface inspired by Emily Dickinson’s handwriting, this small book, which is about the size of some of the paper on which Emily wrote, is a gem.

Journal Entry 2 by wingeponine38wing at Little Free Library, 67 Ashland St. in Malden, Massachusetts USA on Tuesday, December 11, 2018

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