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Cherry Pie is 2015 collection from Ted Hughes Award and Arts Foundation Award winner Hollie McNish, inspired by her grandparents' advice on newspapers, war, sex and tinned cherries. The poems collected in Cherry Pie hold personal meaning for Hollie and are also those which have been frequently requested by audiences in theatres, pubs, festival tents, schools and youth clubs up and down the UK.

Fontanelle

Helen Sheppard

9,99 € 9,29 €

Fontanelle is Helen Sheppard's debut collection about 'soft spots', birth, women and those whose voices are often unheard. Helen has long family connections to care: aunt a midwife from 1941, her mum worked at a Transplant hospital, and her Dad passed down a quirky nature. All these influence her reasons to become a nurse and midwife.

A Thousand Mornings

Mary Oliver

8,99 € 8,36 €

The Hill We Climb: An Inaugural Poem

Amanda Gorman

9,99 € 9,29 €

A Great Big Cuddle: Poems for the Very Young

Michael Rosen i Chris Riddell

10,99 € 10,22 €

A big book of warmth to share.

When Poems Fall from the Sky

Zaro Weil i Jun Li Song

15,00 € 13,95 €

My Darling from the Lions

Rachel Long

10,99 € 10,22 €

Each poem has a vivid story to tell - of family quirks, the perils of dating, the grip of religion or sexual awakening - stories that are, by turn, emotionally insightful, politically conscious, wise, funny and outrageous.

Tomorrow Is Beautiful: The perfect poetry collection for anyone searching for a beautiful world...

Sarah Crossan

12,99 € 12,08 €

Perfect for fans of Sally Rooney's Beautiful World, Where Are You?Sometimes it's hard to find the right words. This poetry anthology provides the antidote, offering calm, hope and peace to all. Focusing on positivity, this is the perfect collection to dip into whenever you need a boost.

A Blood Condition

Kayo Chingonyi

10,00 € 9,30 €

A Blood Condition tells a story of inheritance - the people, places, cultures and memories that form us. Kayo Chingonyi explores how distance and time, nations and a century's history, can collapse within a body; our past continuous in our present. From London, Leeds, and The North East to the banks of the Zambezi river, these poems consider change and permanence, grief and joy, the painful ongoing process of letting go, with remarkable music and clarity.

Everyone Sang: A Poem for Every Feeling

Emily Sutton

20,00 € 18,60 €

Cherry Pie

Hollie McNish

9,99 € 9,29 €

Seder

Adam Kammerling

10,00 € 9,30 €

Anecdotal Evidence

Wendy Cope

10,99 € 10,22 €

The Owl and the Nightingale

Simon Armitage

14,99 € 13,94 €

Pam Ayres on Animals

Pam Ayres i Ellie Snowdon

16,98 € 15,79 €

All The Men I Never Married

Kim Moore

9,99 € 9,29 €

Ten Poems about Sheds

5,95 € 5,53 €

Christmas Poems

Carol Ann Duffy

20,00 € 18,60 €

Dragon Poems

John Foster i Korky Paul

7,99 € 7,43 €

The Crossing

Manjeet Mann

7,99 € 7,43 €

Empty Nest: Poems for Families

Carol Ann Duffy

14,99 € 13,94 €

The Bible II

Sam J. Grudgings

10,99 € 10,22 €

Poetry to read right now.