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by Kim Harley,Grace Nichols

Download Give Yourself a Hug (Puffin Poetry) ePub
  • ISBN 0140372180
  • ISBN13 978-0140372182
  • Language English
  • Author Kim Harley,Grace Nichols
  • Publisher Puffin Books; New Ed edition (February 29, 1996)
  • Pages 64
  • Formats azw lit mbr lrf
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1640 kb
  • Size Fb2 1915 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
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This is a poetry collection for children aged eight and over. The poems reflect the author's interest in the oral traditions of the Caribbean, Asian, African and North American Indian cultures.

Grace Nichols (Author). This is a poetry collection for children aged eight and over.

Give Yourself A Hug book. Published February 29th 1996 by Puffin Books. Grace Nichols was born in Georgetown, Guyana, in 1950 and grew up in a small country village on the Guyanese coast

Give Yourself A Hug book. 0140372180 (ISBN13: 9780140372182). Grace Nichols was born in Georgetown, Guyana, in 1950 and grew up in a small country village on the Guyanese coast. She moved to the city with her family when she was eight, an experience central to her first novel, Whole of a Morning Sky (1986), set in 1960s Guyana in the middle of the country's struggle for independence.

Grace Nichols (born 1950) is a Guyanese poet. Her first collection of poetry, I is a Long-Memoried Woman won the 1983 Commonwealth Poetry Prize. London: Puffin, 1990. Give Yourself a Hug (illustrated by Kim Harley). Nichols was born in Georgetown, Guyana, in 1950. After working in Guyana as a teacher and journalist, she emigrated to the UK in 1977  . London: Puffin, 1994. Asana and the Animals: A book of pet poems (illustrated by Sarah Adams). Cambridge, MA: Candlewick, 1997. London: Walker, 1997.

Give Yourself a Hug (Puffin Poetry). Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780140372182 (978-0-14-037218-2) Softcover, Puffin Books, 1996.

Give yourself a hug, When everyone seems to give you a cold shoulder shrug Give yourself a hug, When people put on airs to make you feel a bug. Give yourself a hug, When everyone seems to give you a cold.

Give yourself a hug, When everyone seems to give you a cold shoulder shrug. Give yourself a hug, When people put on airs to make you feel a bug. Give yourself a hug, When everyone seems to give you a cold shoulder shrug. Give yourself a hug, A big, big hug, And keep on singin. nly one in a million like me

This collection reflects Grace Nichols love. Shortlisted for the 1995 Smarties Book Prize (6-8 category), this is Grace Nichol's second book of poems for children.

This collection reflects Grace Nichols love. This collection reflects Grace Nichols' love of life as well as her more serious concerns. Nichols won the Commonwealth Poetry Prize in 1983 for "I is a long memoried woman".

Grace Nichols was born in Georgetown, Guyana, in 1950 and grew up in a small country village on the Guyanese .

Grace Nichols was born in Georgetown, Guyana, in 1950 and grew up in a small country village on the Guyanese coast. The book won the Commonwealth Poetry Prize and a subsequent film adaptation of the book was awarded a gold medal at the International Film and Television Festival of New York. The book was also dramatised for radio by the BBC.

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Yourself A Hug Nichols books Macmillan Treasury of Poetry for Children. Much appreciated to the amassing of new followers.

Browse through Grace Nichols's poems and quotes. Grace Nichols (born 1950) is a Guyanese poet, whose first collection, I is a Long-Memoried Woman (1983), won the Commonwealth Poetry Prize. 3 poems of Grace Nichols. Grace Nichols was born in Georgetown, Guyana, and lived in a small village on the country's coast until her family moved to the city when she was eight years old. She took a Diploma in Communications from the University of Guyana, and subsequently worked as a teacher (1967–70), as a journalist and in government information services, before she emigrated to the UK in 1977.