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BabyLit Books - Little Poets

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Introduce clever babies to classic poets with Gibbs Smith’s new Little Poet series.

Avid gardener and poet Emily Dickinson collected 424 pressed flower specimens and wrote nearly 1800 poems in her lifetime, with nature and plants inspiring many of her beloved works. Lines and couplets from Dickinson’s poems paired with Carme Lemniscates’ gorgeous illustrations bring In Emily’s Garden to life, letting toddlers take a stroll in Emily’s garden of verses. See the flowers, birds, butterflies, and bees through Emily’s eyes, and foster a love of gardens and poems alike.

 

“I do love nothing in the world so well as you.” Little Poet William Shakespeare: I Love You pairs loving lines from The Bard’s famous plays and sonnets with engaging illustrations by Carme Lemniscates, letting parents, grandparents, and other readers tell toddlers how loved they are in Shakespeare’s own words.

 

Your toddler can do what they do best with this charming new book featuring Lewis Carroll’s delightful poetry:
be silly! Dance with the fish, do headstands with Father William, and bathe with the crocodiles and birds. Kate Coombs’ writing and Carme Lemniscates’ fun art bring Carroll’s silly words to life, encouraging your little reader to Be Creative and Be Yourself.

 

Walk through nature with Robert Frost’s famous poem, Kate Coombs’ story, and Carme Lemniscates’ captivating illustrations. Inspire your little reader to Be Adventurous and Be Yourself as you discover trails and trees, lots of leaves, animals, and choices on the road less traveled.

 

Introduce brilliant babies the mysterious poetry of Edgar Allan Poe through his poem “The Raven.”

Little Poet Edgar Allan Poe: Nevermore! introduces toddlers to Poe’s renowned poem “The Raven.” Exploring love, loss, and grief, Kate Coombs’ tender story, Poe’s own lyrical words, and Carme Lemniscates’ charming, cheeky, and adorable art will teach your child to Be Creative and Be Brilliant and familiarize them with a great American poet. “Nevermore,” quoth the raven!