Annotations for Emily Dickinson's Letters to the World


Baker & Taylor
A brief description of the life of Emily Dickinson and a selection of her poems.

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Baker & Taylor
Presents a brief description of the life of Emily Dickinson and a selection of her poems.

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Baker & Taylor
Tells the story of the 1,775 poems written by Emily Dickinson and discovered by her sister Lavinia after her death, and includes twenty-one of these poems that speak most directly to children.

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Guilford Pr
"A quick but complex taste of a quick but complex poet . . . This small tribute effectively captures a sense of Dickinson's precise language and wide-open imagination. Great potential as a keepsake and a lovely introduction for younger readers." --Kirkus Reviews


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Holtzbrinck
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The poet Emily Dickinson was unknown and mostly unpublished during her lifetime (1830-86).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.
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The poet Emily Dickinson was unknown and mostly unpublished during her lifetime (1830-86).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.


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McMillan Palgrave
"A quick but complex taste of a quick but complex poet . . . This small tribute effectively captures a sense of Dickinson's precise language and wide-open imagination. Great potential as a keepsake and a lovely introduction for younger readers." --Kirkus Reviews


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McMillan Palgrave
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.


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