Summer Poems

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Bed in Summer by Robert Louis Stevenson - one of my favourite poems, first read in a book that belonged to my maternal Grandmother as child (I think it might have been a school prize) Summer Poems, Bed In Summer Poem, Nursery Rhymes Poems, Rhymes Songs, Poetry For Kids, Pomes, Kids Poems, Book Illustration, Illustrations

Bed in Summer ill by Electra Popadopoulos

“Childcraft, Volume One. Poems of Early Childhood.” Published by the Quarrie Corp in Chicago. Copyright 1923, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1937, and 1939. Edited by S. Edgar Farquhar and Patty Smith Hill. Art editor Milo Winter. 38 artists listed in addition to the work of Milo Winter.

"July" from A Child's Calendar poems by John Updike Happy 4 Of July, 4th Of July, Summer Poems, Welcome July, July Quotes, Hello July, Pomes, Kids Poems, Summer Solstice

Happy 4th of July!

Find "July" in A Child's Calendar, a collection of twelve of John Updike's poems that describes a child's journey through the seasons from January through December (c. 1965). Caldecott award winning artist Trina Schart Hyman illustrated the collection (c. 1999).

“Sing, Little Birdie” by Gertrude E. Heath, 1928 by the Saalfield Publishing Company. Black and white illustrations by Helene Nyce, color bookplates by Jan Cragin. Cover by Fern Bisel Peat. Hello Summer, Summer Days, Summer Time, Summer Poems, Home Poem, Poetry For Kids, Nice Poetry, Kids Poems, English Lessons

vintage childrens poetry | Tumblr

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besottment by paper relics Summer Poems, Nature Poem, Words Wallpaper, Summer Dream, Book Of Shadows, Summer Crafts, Beach Fun, Creative Art, Ephemera

the soul of hope

I was cleaning my studio this past weekend and stumbled upon this page with an ode to summer from an 1800's book and had to share! Enjoy! Oh, and last free download was a giveaway, and the winner is... Karen...