Peacock Pie (2020)

Peacock Pie Walter de la Mare Barbara Cooney Peacock Pie Peacock Pie presents an extensive selection of de la Mare s best poetry in thematically themes sections such as are Up and Down Boys and Girls Three Queer Tales Places and People Beasts Witches
  • Title: Peacock Pie
  • Author: Walter de la Mare Barbara Cooney
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Hardcover
Peacock Pie Walter de la Mare Barbara Cooney Peacock Pie presents an extensive selection of de la Mare s best poetry, in thematically themes sections such as are Up and Down, Boys and Girls, Three Queer Tales, Places and People, Beasts, Witches and Fairies, Earth and Air, and Songs.
Peacock Pie Walter de la Mare Barbara Cooney

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  1. Bettie☯

    gutenberg cache epub 3I am reading these outloud to the Main ManFANTASTIC beaty rhymes if you have are kids Take this THE SHIP OF RIO There was a ship of Rio Sailed out into the blue, And nine and ninety monkeys Were all her jovial crew From bo sun to the cabin boy, From quarter to caboose, There weren t a stitch of calico To breech em tight or loose From spar to deck, from deck to keel, From barnacle to shroud, There weren t one pair of reach me downs To all that jabbering crowd But wasn t it a [...]

  2. Shawn Thrasher

    Some tremendously good poems in here The latter half of the book as my favorite Some of the poems are quite haunting, particularly The Song of the Secret Beautiful poems too Silver is one of those And some funny and cute poems, that old children s magazines were famous for I read the edition illustrated by W Heath Robinson, whose pictures are perfect and evocative of the era although his illustrations are a bit liking stepping into an antique store You can almost smell the old doll s clothing an [...]

  3. dthaase

    A great collection of children s poetry the edition I read had illustrations done by Louise Brierley which were fantastic.

  4. Jim

    Whimsical, at times haunting, evocative Complementary illustrations by Louise Brierley First published in 1913 some readers may find it dated.

  5. Lorna Finnigan

    There are some lovely little poems in this collection by Walter de la Mare I would say they are not happy happy poems but rather wistful, thoughtful, enchanting, sometimes filled with melancholy and mystery, often deeper than they may first appear The Truants features the children magic hath stolen away , Wanderers is about the movement of the planets, Poor Miss 7 lives lone and alone and Miss T has a strange metabolism whatever Miss T eats turns into Miss T Then there s the odd Hapless, Tired T [...]

  6. Maddy Muscat

    i do love poetry so when my uncle bought this for me i devoured it in a few days i only gave it four stars because there were no real stand out poems in there they were good poems,interesting to read not boring.

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